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Linkathon 10/13, part 1

Do you agree or disagree with Bird and John Piper’s assessments on knowing how one is saved?

Wade Burleson: Judging Christians who practice yoga as theologically incompetent reveals a bias.

James K.A. Smith’s review of Hipster Christianity. (HT: David Sessions and Jason Clark)

Listen to old Babylonian here. (HT: Trevin Wax)

Shaun Groves on the “read with discernment” labels found in Lifeway bookstores.

Chaplain Mike on evangelicalism’s “new day”.

Carole Turner posts the YouTube video of a very good cover of Keith Green’s O Lord You’re Beautiful.

Ben Witherington interviews Frank Viola on Viola and Leonard Sweet’s book Jesus Manifesto.

Michael Dewalt on five things that must be considered when doing systematic theology.

A woman’s life since 1936.



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  1. Captain Kevin
    October 13, 2010 at 12:41 am

    Groves’ discerment article is good. After all, what is “historical orthodox christianity?” Shouldn’t we read everything with discernment?

  2. BrianD
    October 13, 2010 at 1:07 am

    yes, but especially what Lifeway tags as “read with discernment” šŸ˜‰

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