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Linkathon 7/20, part 1

Linkathon – mixing the sacred and the secular 🙂

1. Skye Jethani: “To put it simply, many church leaders unknowingly replace the transcendent vitality of a life with God for the ego satisfaction they derive from a life for God.

2. The first review of the latest version of the Mac OS X operating system, codenamed Lion, from Electronista.

3. Pat Benatar: rock star, ’80s icon, author of a still-being-written novel on the second coming of Jesus (HT: Christian Nightmares).

4. Behold the greatest threats to evangelical Christianity, according to its leaders (HT: Chad Estes).

5. Which cities eat the most fast food?

6. Tim Challies reviews the book Should Christians Embrace Evolution?

7. Speaking of evolution, here’s a discussion at Jesus Creed on why God would use a period of 4.6 billion years to create life.

8. Ligonier interviews celebrity pastor Matt Chandler.

9. Chaplain Mike Mercer on another celebrity pastor, Mark Driscoll.

10. Pastor Brian Croft on shepherding a 106-year-old widow.

11. Chad Estes says you’re no sexual repairman.

12. Josh McDowell says the internet is the Christian’s greatest threat (HT to Todd Rhoades, who’s skeptical).

13. Borders is going bye-bye; Consumer Reports tells consumers what they need to do (use those Borders coupons, quick!).

14. The complete guide to Google+, from Mashable (HT: Zach Nielsen).

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  1. July 26, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    The Pat Benatar books sounds really cool to me. I love her.

  2. BrianD
    July 27, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    I would not have associated Pat Benetar with a novel on the Second Coming, Carole. Interesting, if nothing else.

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