If you think I’m the only guy up to the challenge of accepting a new genre into my ipod, click (here), where my colleague Denny Burk combines dual affections–mega-church and rap.
This week, I was handed a CD from one of my Criswell students. The contents included the newest release from another student who is taking his theological training back into the streets and into the recording studio to “take back” hip hop from the world.
In this weekend’s NY Times (here), it seems that the press has caught up with my friend, Hershael W. York, and his attempts as president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention to block a trustee appointment and recommend one instrutor to the faculty who would be merely open to inerrancy.
Did you hear the news? Without Phonak, my son wouldn’t. Some of you who know me will understand immediately the reason for this post and pic.
For those of you unfamiliar with inflatable kayaks, here is an image that confirms the quality and durability of the new generation of rivercrafts. This shot captured my brother through the “Bonecrusher” hydraulic on the Middlefork of the Flathead River in southern canyon of Glacier National Park, Montana.
In her insightful op-ed , BBC contributor draws on the similarities of the 1912 discovery of the skull of so-called Piltdown Man, discovered by Charles Dawson and Arthur Smith Woodward in the gravel pits of Sussex. Over 40 years later, the “discovery” was exposed as a fraud.
Similarly, Hwang Woo-suk, a pioneer of stem-cell research, [...]
On its website late last week (linked here), the Islamic group CAIR and their canadian counterpart CAIR-CAN opposed the entry of Franklin Graham across the border into Canada. Graham’s organization responds to the outcry with a statement of clarification released through the press (here).
In this feature, the new GM Hy-Wire is showcased. Its H-powered, has an interchangeable body, no pedals, and all mirrors have been replaced with digital video.
Also, the H-drive engine derives its hydrogen from saltwater, our most abundant resource.
This may sound too east coast for some of my friends in Texas, but I look forward to [...]
You may need to refresh your memory on the definition of gentrification, but after that, you should read this thoughtful theology of property recovery for kingdom purposes.
Evangelicals everywhere need to follow this example of witness and ministry.
Read the article here.
Rob Bell, Michigan pastor (previously covered here) of the mega-Mars Hill Bible Church near Grand Rapids, is now doing meta-stand-up in bars around the country.
Bell founded the church in 1999, which now meets in a cavernous building (former shopping mall) and draws more than 11,000 to his weekend services.
Bordering on self-proclaimed “utter-foolishness,” Bell admits his [...]