Archive for January, 2011

Linkathon 1/26, part 2

January 26, 2011 Leave a comment

Billy Graham’s greatest regret: politics. (HT: Challies)

What John MacArthur said about charismatics and Pentecostals. (HT: Challies)

Darrin Patrick responds to MacArthur’s recent critique of his book Church Planter (HT: Trevin Wax).

Thabiti Anyabwile asks if a church is in sin if it does NOT practice church discipline.

Bryon Mondok reviews Francis Chan’s Crazy Love.

Chad Estes on manipulated backwards masking.

Joel Osteen says homosexuality is a sin. I’m sure someone out there is now happy to have heard him say that on the record.

Philip Yancey on Martin Luther King Jr. (HT: Jasper Abbott)

Rachel Held Evans on the lost verses of Proverbs 31.

Michael Hyatt interviews Max Lucado’s daughter Jenna.

One man argues that Christianity is neither conservative nor socialist (HT: R. Scott Clark).

This guy built a turn-of-the-century fascimile of a small town Main Street in his basement.

Linkathon 1/26, part 1

January 25, 2011 Leave a comment

Anthony Bradley forsees the end of the Reformed missional church movement (HT: Trevin Wax).

Andy Crouch on the gospel of Steve Jobs.

Desiring God’s Scott Anderson interviews Tim Keller, part 1 and part 2

Tim Challies on the strange phenomenon of white middle-aged pastors listening to rap.

What happened when Rachel Evans tried to love God with her mind.

Dan Edelen on making sense of confusing Christian voices.

Thabiti Anyabwile is a complementarian but…women should pray in public.

Daniel Fusco feels a rant coming on.

If you’re interested in the Redemption Groups concept coming out of Mars Hill Church, here’s an interview by Desiring God’s Jonathan Parnell with Mike Wilkerson, Mars Hill Ballard’s Redemption Groups/Counseling Pastor and author of Redemption: Freed by Jesus from the Idols We Worship and the Wounds We Carry.

C.J. Mahaney on the pastor and personal criticism.

Discouraged that you didn’t keep your New Year’s resolutions? Erik Raymond has some encouragement for you.

HT: Boing Boing

Get Michael Horton’s new systematic theology for 30 percent off.