- When The Thing Becomes The Thing: Jonathan Brink asks, “What happens when the very act of love becomes the religious practice that once again becomes the thing we think will earn God’s love?”
- The Foolishness of the Cross and Church-Planting Strategies: Justin Taylor features a must read quote from D. A. Carson’s The Cross and Christian Ministry, ending with “Whenever the periphery is in danger of displacing the center, we are not far removed from idolatry” (p. 26).
- The NLT: A Secondary Translation?: Nick Norelli sparks a good conversation about choice of biblical translation for study.
- Ecclesiology of discomfort: Jon Mark considers, “Perhaps the Church does God’s work best when providing us a place to show how sinful and arrogant we really are. By so doing it exposes our own foolishness, leaving us naked and in divine misery.”
- Simply…:Scott Williams talks about being a man or woman of your word.
Well-rehearsed spontaneity: Bosco Peters writes about the relationship between spontaneity and practice (and features an awesome video to illustrate).
- Why is it so hard to find a church: DJ Chuang asks, “Is being picky with churches too selfish?”
- Interesting Info on Faith and Size of a Church: Cites a Barna study and wonders whether there is a connection between church size and orthodoxy.
Practicology: Jeff McQuilkin questions the usefulness of -ologies and coins the term, “practicology,” in response.
- Some of the Biblical Evidence for Age Integration: Eric Carpenter gathers some evidence for age integration in church gatherings.
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