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Linkathon 9/22, part 1

Roger Olson on the forces pulling apart evangelicals, the Reformed, and other Christians (HT: Bill Kinnon)

Al Mohler: Should Christians practice yoga?

King Solomon’s “hot” woman (totally safe for work, and for PP)

David Foster’s “dangerous people hiding in your (church) organization”

Interesting observations from Mike DeLong on Calvary Santa Fe church and a recent conference the church hosted.

Carl Trueman: Glenn Beck is part of the problem.

Michael Patton: I don’t know if I’m called to the ministry.

C.J. Mahaney and James MacDonald discuss humility.

MacDonald, Mark Driscoll and Mark Dever on the gospel in every sermon.

Would you preach for 24 hours straight to promote your book, or anything else?

Tim Schraeder: No one cares about your church nor mine.

Mark Heath’s Holy Spirit reading list.

David Hayward reflects on Reformed theology.

Gene Vieth on Luther’s “bar” tunes.

Brian Gaffney interviews Hipster Christianity author Brett McCracken.

Levi Lusko: “We killed our youth group” (HT: Zach Nielsen)

Thinking the rapture has happened when you’re alone.

A pastor is heading for Montana for three reasons: the end of a season of ministry, freedom and liberty, and the fate of America. (HT: Christian Nightmares)

Scott Williams’ 10 simple ways to get reTweeted.

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  1. ( |o )====:::
    September 21, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    Hi BrianD,
    Just thought I’d pop in and say “hi!”
    Thanks for all the great topics you glean.

  2. BrianD
    September 21, 2010 at 3:09 pm

    thanks, gren!

  3. jlo
    September 21, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    Levis message is one that needs to be considered. Having spent time with the youth in evangelism training and missions, they have often shared with me that big church does not feel like home for them.

  4. jlo
    September 22, 2010 at 12:07 am

    Brian, i hijacked your link and posted it on my fb page. 🙂

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