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Linkathon 11/24, part 1

Men’s Health list of the 100 most religious cities/towns in the United States (HT: Brian Howard tweet)

Is the Reformed resurgence a bust?

The pastor who sought to ban Facebook use by leaders in his church…was involved in a sexual affair.

Louisiana pastor Dino Rizzo on a church plant in Mexico.

Was Spurgeon an Arminiocalvinist?

Mark Driscoll says Facebook is not the real issue; it’s the heart.

Jeff Wright rounds up the best articles on the Evangelical Theological Society’s annual meeting, including the sessions with N.T. Wright.

Denny Burk’s thoughts on N.T. Wright at ETS.

Is the emerging church back?

Internet p0rn stats.

Ben Witherington’s top 20 American cities.

Bob Kauflin’s songs for Christmas.


  1. Joe B
    November 23, 2010 at 9:06 pm

    Re: Reformed Resurgence
    I’ve been saying this all along. The Reformies own the blogosphere, but the blogiosphere is just a hobby, not a movement. Even more, it is a movement of talkers, and as the Bible says “the kingdom of God does not consist in words.”

  2. Joe B
    November 23, 2010 at 9:32 pm

    Re: Driscoll on Facebook


  3. BrianD
    November 24, 2010 at 7:17 pm

    Driscoll had a great point, Joe: it’s in the heart. You can ban everything left and right and make it to where you pay half your paycheck to something that promises foolproof safe web surfing, throw the computer out the window, but if you don’t deal with the heart the issues that led to the affairs and the sin are still there.

    Excellent point of your own about the Reformed. Part of their culture involves reading and writing…about the Word itself (and many other things). They like to talk, too 🙂 Yet, God is working in a lot of other places too that their movement doesn’t seem to notice as much…

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