Thursday, August 16, 2012

Today in Blogworld 8.16.12

“If We Are Faithless, He Remains Faithful”…and Other Bad Interpretations

I’m digging this series by Michael Patton.  Here he tackles the poor uses of 2 Timothy 2:13.

Winning Like a Christian Hedonist

If you are unfamiliar with the term Christian Hedonist it is one coined by Piper to say God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.  This article is in response to some of the prideful declarations of Olympic winners.  Marshall Segal helps us to see how a Christian Hedonist handles victory.

The Cross an Electric Chair?

I’ve said.  You might have too.  “Christians wearing crosses would be like wearing a symbol of the electric chair”.  Good analogy, right?  Glenn T. Stanton helps us to see why it actually doesn’t come close to the horrific nature of a Roman Cross.

Was Jonathan Edwards Slippery on Justification

As a history and theology nerd, and a big fan of Jonathan Edwards I really enjoyed reading this article.  You might too.

Though not the correct protocol for what to do in an armed robbery these two robbers will probably never come back into this store.  Awesome:

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