Posted by: jadanzzy | December 8, 2007

Rest Stop

fight poverty – a vision of compassion and redistribution (beauty and depravity)

The solution is simple: Redistribute resources from us to them [since we are part of the same global community] and in that process, help create sustainability and build up/equip local leaders…

A Reality Check on Iran by Jim Wallis (God’s Politics)

Yes, Iran probably is keeping open the option to develop nuclear weapons (like many other countries), but the way to prevent them is continued diplomacy that offers incentives to cooperate further with international inspections, not reckless talk of military attacks.

The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World (Desiring God)

Reading like an all-star roster of missional reformed theologians, the table of contents whets the reader’s appetite: Piper, D.A. Carson, Tim Keller, Mark Driscoll, Voddie Baucham and David Wells (the theologian, not the pitcher) one by one address the issue of the Church’s engagement with postmodernism.

Emerging Church had a good year (Tallahassee Democrat)

The Emerging Church Movement is alive and well and has had a productive year. It has published blogs and books, held “conversations” throughout the country, been the subject of both academic and ecclesiastical seminars, and been the object of media inquiries and symposiums.

Brokaw Reports on the Emerging Church (Emergent Village)

NBC Nightly News featured a special report by Tom Brokaw on the emerging church movement, which is presented as primarily a political shift away from the Republican Party and a grudge match between “younger evangelicals” and “the elders” of the evangelical church.

“Reaching Out” – Why I don’t like this phrase (Prodigal Kiwi(s) blog)

“Reaching out” implies to me an understanding of church as somehow being apart from the everyday and the ordinary, so we have to reach out.

Economic Fallacies: Price Equals Importance (Kruse Kronicle)

How important is air to you? I think we would agree that is absolutely essential. More than a minute or two without air and we die. But how much will your next breathe cost? Nothing. That doesn’t mean it isn’t important.

The Golden Compass and Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” (pomomusings)

Since we are living in a post-Potter world now, His Dark Materials is taking its place in the world of popular fantasy literature. Of course that means it’s the “next big thing” for conservative Christians to rail against.

The Crisis of Faith (NY Times)

Mr. Romney filled his speech with the first myth — that the nation’s founders, rather than seeking to protect all faiths, sought to imbue the United States with Christian orthodoxy.


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