Ayn Rand, antichrist
Joel Miller: “But libertarians and conservatives — particularly those who confess Christian faith — should be wary of adopting Ayn Rand as their own lest they find themselves in the position of the man in Aesop’s story who took the snake to his bosom.”
Faith and High Office: Do the Religious Beliefs of American Presidents matter?
Aaron Blumer gives three reasons why it matters and two reasons why it doesn’t.
Social Media Changes Everything
Ron Edmondson talks about how social media considerations impacted his recent transition from one church to another, and calls for church hiring procedures to be changed to compensate for the speed that information travels these days.
What the Puritans can teach us about counseling
Another great resource list from Justin Taylor.
The Clown in the Pulpit
Challenging questions from Jeremy Walker: “What do you, preacher, strive after in the pulpit? Do you seek the titter or guffaw of the congregation? Do you simply want to bask in the warmth of people who find you amusing, who applaud your comic genius? Do you model yourself on the clowns and jesters of our age? Do you exhibit your own wit or do you exalt your Saviour?”
Typical Objections to the 10 Commandments
And that’s only the Christian objections.