Daily linkathon 10/1
You’re reading an early, early edition of Daily Linkathon today.
Tomorrow – tentatively – we’ll start a discussion of Francis Chan’s Crazy Love and post the mega, once-a-week Linkathon that got postponed a day because of an interview Michael did with Tom Stipe today at PP. Saturday, tentatively, I’m going to start the discussion on the Crazy Love book.
Let’s get rolling:
I have posted a thread at, and exclusive to, From the Ashes: Get a move on! where I give an update my fitness regimen.
The following link from Marty Duren’s blog may be another of the best links you’ll read all year, and I’ll sum it up thusly: American Evangelical Christendom is dying, if not already dead; long live the Church.
PyroManiacs is going dark for all of October.
Part 3 of R.C. Sproul’s book Does Prayer Change Things? is online.
Bryon Mondok reviews N.T. Wright’s Matthew for Everyone (Part One) commentary.
Vitamin Z links to some helpful online, FREE 🙂 resources from Covenant Seminary, including classes you can take online for FREE 🙂
Michael Patton says Calvinists often make the worst Calvinists. 😯
The Resurgence interviewed Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae. It also posted the latest chapter of Driscoll’s e-book on p*rn, male sexuality and other things not discussed in polite society but probably very helpful to a large group of men.
Jonathan Dodson on why evangelism methods must change.