The prime directive is the stupidest, most often broken rule in the ST universe.
Apparently, this is real. (HT: Justin Lee over at the blue social media site)
I have a dear friend who is firmly stuck in the Fundy ghetto. He posted this today. Counting the examples of sloppy reasoning is an exercise left for the reader/viewer.
Sorry I’m missing out on some fun discussion. In one more month, I’ll be done with seminary, remember what it’s like to just chill at home with my family, and reconnect here and elsewhere beyond meat-space. Now that I’ve come up for air, it’s time to dive back under the water…
I’ve ignored the discern-o-matic blogs for quite some time now. (This is probably why I post so much less.) I don’t think it’s unfair to say they’re usually run by someone of a hyper-Reformed persuasion. It seems one of them decided to go after Tim Challies, prompting a well-written response to the whole lot. I [...]
Chaplain Mike shared a fine tribute to Michael: A Friend Who Saved My Life. I know some no longer read the iMonk website, but I think this is worth a moment. Enjoy your rest, Michael. We’ll all see you again soon enough…
Jaredd, our church went through this same process about 5-6 years ago, just as we were bringing in a new senior pastor. I think we did ok in terms of randomness and response from the congregation, but I recall having issues with the questions themselves. The whole process did feel more like business than church, [...]
So … there’s a new Pope. Lots of firsts. Interesting. … Thoughts?
So I learned about this… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp8rMsOCsvY It’s a debate between NT Wright and James White. . . . WHISKY TANGO FOXTROT ??? Why on earth would Wright even want to get into that? Most of what I remember of JW was his being yet another member of the Knights of Reformed Orthodoxy. I guess I’ll [...]
The best thing I’ve read on the funeral industry is Caleb Wilde’s blog. He’s a young funeral director. I hope I can be half the pastor he is, judging by his writing alone.