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Linkathon 4/6, part 1

Denise Spencer remembers her late husband, Michael Spencer, aka the Internet Monk, who passed away one year ago on April 5.

Rachel Held Evans on the future of evangelicalism.

Tony Morgan: The culture of honor is hurting churches.

Shaun King on gays and the church.

Adrian Warnock’s interview with Jack Hayford, part one, part two and part three.

Mark Altrogge on his wife’s 20-year battle with depression (HT: Zach Nielsen).

Darryl Dash looks back at the Elephant Room.

Christopher Hitchens admires the KJV.

NPR on one man’s Lenten diet: water and a high-calorie brew.

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  1. April 6, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Thanks for collecting these Brian. I think it’s interesting to see essentially the same claim about Reformed types in Evans’s article that Roger Olson was making (about whoever he was talking about; he didn’t say) in the article you linked to last week.

    I think it’s a fair claim that some young Reformed types (or whatever you want to call them; is John Piper still young?) unfairly claim that the Bible says exactly what they say it says. I’m not sure this is strictly speaking fundamentalism, although fundamentalists often play the same game.

    That being said, I don’t know that the response I think I’m seeing in both articles (something like “you’ve got your interpretation; I’ve got mine”) is a helpful response. Certainly there are better and worse interpretations of Scripture.

  2. April 19, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    Thanks for sharing the piece by Denise Spencer. It is very touching.

  3. BrianD
    April 19, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    Thanks, Esther! I hope you and Matt are doing well.

  4. April 20, 2011 at 12:04 am

    Thanks Brian. It’s been a little rocky lately but we are praying to see God’s goodness in the midst of circumstances. I hope you are well.

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