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Some Helpful Links

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Today I want to put up some helpful links.
First, let me draw your attention to some new material on There’s an interview with Judge Glenda Hatchett of the television program, Judge Hatchett. This is a substantial, moving conversation with a woman who is serving the Lord in a unique way.
Then there’s a fine piece […]

Some Links Worth Checking Out

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Tod Bolsinger of It Takes a Church has a helpful piece on icons and the Trinity. Check this out, especially if you’re inclined to be skeptical of the role if icons in spiritual life.
Sometimes Ben Witherington, New Testament professor and prolific author, just cracks me up. Check out his piece on “Old Wisdom” and enjoy […]

Christianity Today’s out of Ur Top Ten for 2007

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

One of my “must read” websites is Christianity Today’s out of Ur. If you’re unfamiliar with this website, or if you haven’t been keeping up, check out their “Top 10 Posts of 2007.” I agree that their first entry, “Willow Creek Repents,” is a huge one.

A Couple of Helpful Links

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s Gospel
My guest blogger, Dr. James Arlandson, has put up the next post in his excellent series on the Gospels. Here’s everything you wanted to know about Mark and the reliability of this particular Gospel. Thanks, James.
Ramblin’ Dan on Flattened Silos
My colleague at The High Calling of Our Daily Work, Ramblin’ […]

Fascinating Links from Christianity Today

Friday, November 16th, 2007

I regularly peruse Christianity Today Magazine’s online website and its Liveblog. I recommend that you do the same.
Some of today’s posts I found particularly striking. Ted Olsen, writing for the Liveblog, put up “Postcard from San Diego: Fighting ‘Bibliolatry’ at the Evangelical Theological Society.” In this post he summarizes an address by J.P. Moreland […]