There is nothing wrong with learning as long as learning doesn’t replace knowing. The goal of studying the Word is that we would draw closer to the Author.
(Second in a series on cultivating and sustaining a hunger for God’s Word)
I love food. I love all kinds of food. I grew up with one grandma who cooked good old meat and potatoes kind of grub that farmers love to eat. It wasn’t unusual to have rabbit on Tuesday, chicken fried…
Penn Jillette…crazy magician and comedian. Whip-smart libertarian.
Penn Jillette on Libertarianism (via thedoctrineofconversation)
by Jeremy N. Choate
This essay is a bit of departure from my usually reasonable and logical approach to important issues. That’s not to say that the essay isn’t well-reasoned and is bereft of logical argumentation, but I freely admit that it’s polemical, in nature. Sometimes you’re just…
"I am in fact, a hobbit in all but size."
Amen & amen!!!!
As a reluctant member of American evangelicalism (ugh, I just threw up in my mouth as I typed that. Similar to the feeling I get when I confess “Why yes, I was born in Fresno”) I have been conditioned to say & believe something close to the following: “Christianity isn’t a religion. It’s a…
Unlike any other island… It’s… “Clarkson Island”!!!
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson and James May investigate an increasingly popular type of tall hatchback often referred to as a ‘crossover’. After deducing that these cars are designed entirely to appeal to caravanners, the pair pick examples from Mazda and Volkswagen then use them to spend a couple of days living like the kind of person who would buy one.
This is what makes Top Gear great.
If I see one more ad for some Christian cruise or Hawaiian getaway where for $1500-2000 you can see your favorite Christian celebrity and live sumptuously for a week, meanwhile people throughout this planet are suffering and dying for want of simple food and basic necessity…I’m gonna lose it.