Note: Any threads I post at the other blogs I contribute to I’ll post here. Today it’s the Linkathon from Phoenix Preacher, but with a few extra links you won’t see there.
Lots of links for me to choose from. Here are some of the best ones from this past week:
The Desiring God National Conference starts on Friday.
Nathan Busenitz of Pulpit Magazine criticized speaker Mark Driscoll in advance of the conference. Doug Wilson, used as an example of how not to speak, responded to Busenitz on his own blog. Busenitz replied to Wilson, and had more to say about language in a second blog post.
Driscoll seems to have had more of a positive effect on the newfrontiers “charismatic Calvinist” movement of churches, as founder Terry Virgo explains.
Mondok also reviewed The Shack.
David Crowder covers what Taking Your Vitamin Z calls everyone’s new favorite song:
Internet church campuses are sprouting up everywhere.
What iMonk has to say about the current economic crisis.
What Daniel Fusco is doing.
J.D. Greear on compassion for the poor.
Keep pastor and blogger Steve McCoy’s wife in your prayers.
Don Miller posted on a way, through Chris Seay’s church in Houston, you can help people in the Houston and Galveston areas.
Matt Chandler on pastors and pursuit.
Frank Viola and Ben Witherington recently debated about the institutional church versus the organic church.
R.I.P. Emerging Church?? – Alan Hirsch’s take on the possible demise of the emerging church.
Thinking Biblically about the banking crisis – Justin Taylor interviews David Kotter.
C. Michael Patton on homosexuality.
Lifeway Stores pulled from its shelves the latest issue of Gospel Today which has…five women pastors on its cover. (I might have to drive by a certain Lifeway store near me to see if those Joyce Meyer books I thought were there actually are). iMonk weighs in.
Patton on doctrinal disagreements.
Tom Ascol on engaging in controversy.
Ligonier’s top five commentaries on Job.
Check out neue magazine.