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Linkathon 9/8, part 1

Darrin Patrick, in an excerpt from his new book Church Planter, says if you want to be a pastor you must have the heart of a shepherd.

Have you heard about the WTF church in Albuquerque? Michael Buckingham from Church Marketing Sucks finds out what’s going on.

David Dorr asks if persecution is really what the western church needs (HT: Zach Nielsen).

Bob Kellemen on Stephen Hawking.

RTS professor James Anderson on Hawking (RT: Carl Trueman).

Albert Mohler on Dr. Francis Collins and stem-cell research.

Ben Witherington reviews George Clooney’s new movie The American.

Sean Muldowney: “Don’t (worry about trying not to) waste your life”.

Leonce Crump on feeling disconnected from God (HT: Mark Lamprecht).

Matthew Perry on when Facebook and Twitter are gripped by the gospel (HT: Mark Lamprecht).

Paul Young challenges Mark Driscoll to a debate, as reported on Bob Hyatt’s blog.

Driscoll is interviewed by Neue magazine (HT: Robert Sagers at Trevin Wax’s blog).

Also, a HT to Sagers for the link on Andrew Peterson’s visit with Wendell Berry.

Mormon official Greg West on the Glenn Beck rally (HT: Gene Vieth, who adds some commentary of his own).

Tope Koleoso on corporate prayer.

Ed Cyzewski on hell and its impact in sharing the gospel.

Bob Spencer on preaching an MIA Jesus.

Chaplain Mike Mercer on Gene Vieth’s thought on vocation and the masks of God.

William Black on healing.

David Foster on why Christianity fails as a moral system, part 2.

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