Outreach and Church Growth
Eric Metaxas is a Christian speaker, author and contributor to the Christian Post. His biography on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy won the 2010 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association 2010 Book of the Year (along with other awards). His 2007 biography of British abolitionist William Wilberforce, Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery, was very well received and no doubt would be helpful in the current U.S. debate about racism. He recently wrote a piece for the Christian Post that would be good for Christians of all stripes to read. The title lays out the theme of the article: Your Unchurched Neighbors Are Not Unreachable.
Here’s a short posting by one of my favorite authors, R.C. Sproul. He seeks to answer a question that many of us have asked at some point: Can the Devil Read My Mind?
The I, T-P & A
Although most of grew up singing Yankee Doodle went to town…, do we know that the macaroni we also sang about was more cheesy than it was a companion to cheese. Here’s what I mean: The Macaroni in ‘Yankee Doodle’ is Not What You Think.
Living the Christian Life
A year ago Tim Challies had a interesting blog where he touched on the fact that more and more Protestants seem to be wearing a crucifix. He shares his thoughts on this phenomenon by quoting theologian J.I. Packer. It’s not too hard to figure out his position: Why You Should Not Wear a Crucifix.
Union University Professor George Guthrie shares 4 Interesting Facts about the Production of the King James Translation.