This week I read an article that a friend posted on Facebook. I shouldn’t have, it rarely turns out well. Normally though, it doesn’t produce such rage and almost never the kind of tirade you’ll be reading if you continue.The article was so bad, it has brought me out of blogging retirement. Sam Eaton begins … Continue reading I Call Bull—t!
I just picked up an article this morning by Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC, from LeadershipJournal.net called The Gospel in All its Forms. I read the first lines and put it down to come write this post. The article begins, "The gospel has been described as a pool in which a … Continue reading the Gospel Pool
I had taken a vacation from reading anything emerging church or about emerging church. That peaceful, enjoyable break needed to end, so I picked up this book not expecting much. It was, however, fantastic. The critique of the movement is insightful, winsome, informed and balanced. They see the good and the bad. They've read widely, … Continue reading Great Book on Emerging Church
Last week a friend gave me a copy of Mark Driscoll's Confessions of a Reformission Rev. (not to be confused with Augustine's Confessions). Driscoll doesn't take himself, or anyone else, too seriously. At times, he's caustic enough to peal the paint of a barn, but he's also usually dead on. I'm not too far into … Continue reading Confessions…of a Reformission Rev.