>I frequent DG Hart's blog because he really makes me think. Often my gut reactions and preconceived notions of the way things should be are dismantled or at least challenged.Today, he posted about an impending suit brought by seven higher education groups. An Appeals Court has recently sided with Badger Catholics in their complaint against … Continue reading >Two Provocative Posts from DG Hart
>Care about what people think?
>Honestly, we all do. We want people to think we're well adjusted, happy, successful, smart. Some of us settle for normal. Is that a problem?There is a tension in the Bible on this. Ultimately, we are to care first and foremost what God thinks of us not not strive to please men or earn their … Continue reading >Care about what people think?
>Tug of War Over Jesus
>In response to a newsweek article on a meeting of moderate Christians to think through, in preparation for the 2012 campaigns, a response to the religious rights rhetoric, Jason Stellman (Creed Code Cult) raises the questions, "How ought the Reformed Christian to react to all this? What should be our response to learning that, come … Continue reading >Tug of War Over Jesus
>A Conference I’ll be Skipping
>Just ran across this:Providential History Festival Promo from ProvHistory on Vimeo.Nope, don't think I'll be attending. Besides the hokeyness of it, it's promoted by the Chalcedon foundation - a "Christian educational organization devoted to research, publishing, and promoting Christian reconstruction in all areas of life." Sound good, but not so much. Here's a little more … Continue reading >A Conference I’ll be Skipping
>Zombies are on the Move
>My favorite TV show this fall has been AMC's The Walking Dead - which probably means it will only last a season or two. Thanks Doug for telling me about it.Russell Moore writes a blog on Christian Ethics that I frequent. This past week he posted about why zombies are making a comeback in American … Continue reading >Zombies are on the Move