Crossing the Line

I’m hoping for a lot of discussion today, so please post your thoughts.

Everyone has a different idea what should and should not fly in Christianity. There are emergents and fundamentalists. Some meet God in nature, and some in liturgy. Some celebrate doctrine and others celebrate diversity. The ‘tolerance’ buzzword is no longer left in classrooms or politics – it’s well established in our churches.

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Join the Fan Page Revolution

In an effort to extend the reach of the blog in this social world we live in, I have created a Facebook for page. This is just one more way to stay connected, and one more place to continue the discussion. Please ‘LIKE’ it – it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside! Also, feel free to share this post to your Facebook wall to entice your friends! 🙂 There is a big blue button on this post that makes it oh so simple.

“So I’ll cherish the old chocolate cross…”

We made a sojourn to WalMart yesterday and saw the signs of the season: chocolate-covered marshmallow crucifixes. Awesome. How long before Keebler makes electric chair cookies? Or my favorite, lethal injection lollipops. (Is letting junior suck on a syringe any worse than crunching through a krispity cross?)

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The Biggest Mistakes Christians Make in the Media

Phil Cooke knows media, he knows marketing and he knows the church. He’s a great speaker, and I really enjoy reading his blog.

Last week Phil spoke to the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville about the “10 Biggest Mistakes Christians Make in the Media.” I’ll give you the first few to whet (yes, this is the proper way to spell it) your appetite. For the rest, and even better, to find out his reasoning behind the statements, you’ll have to read his blog post.

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Tsunamis and God’s Sovereignty

The events of the past 24 hours bring to mind an article John Piper posted after the Indonesian tsunami.

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