Thinking Out Loud

June 25, 2014

Wednesday Link List

Church Organ - Air Conditioner Combo

While this is list number two-hundred-and-something at Thinking Out Loud — and probably about the 400th link list over all, it’s list #52 at PARSE. A year! Time flies when you’re having links. Since Leadership Journal owns this weekly piece, clicking anything below takes you to PARSE where you can then link to the item you wish to read first.

Thursday through Tuesday, Paul blogs at Thinking Out Loud, both writes and steals devotional material at Christianity 201, and provides hints of the following week’s link list on Twitter.


It's not every day that we see a Jaguar X16 with a Jesus fish in our part of the world. Mind you it's a gold fish, nicely framed and matted.

It’s not every day that we see a Jaguar X16 with a Jesus fish in our part of the world. Mind you it’s a gold fish, nicely framed and matted.


  1. Point/Counterpoint – church splitting over gay issue: Did you read that entire article Paul?

    “Denominations and congregations are gradually coming to the realization that gay people do not choose to be gay any more than left-handed people choose to be left-handed, and that the Church has been wrong in labeling homosexuality a sin.”

    I’m going to be eaten alive in the comments for what I said about the Bible defining sin and the Church not giving homosexuality a label. Just before the SBC met for their annual convention, Al Mohler predicated that every church in the future, and probably the very near future, will have to make an official decision as to where their congregation stands on this issue. And I will stand by the Word of God regardless of what any pastor, local church or my denomination “realize.”

    Comment by Clark Bunch — June 25, 2014 @ 8:47 am

    • Briefly, (1) It’s not a true point/counterpoint as it mostly raises questions and scratches the surface of the question it sets out to answer; and (2) I think some people have some expectations of what appears at Red Letter Christianity, where the tension on this issue is always in the forefront, hence the “On the one hand… on the other hand…” approach.

      Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — June 25, 2014 @ 9:39 am

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