My wife and I get together with a group of friends on Wednesday nights, and we’re starting to talk about Hebrews, using William Lane’s book to guide us. The writer tries to explan how God speaks, and why Christ is worthy of committment — and the answers aren’t the ones we normally get. Because I’m… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: July 2006
Wayne Grudem has turned into a “Getting Things Done” afficianado, [book here] which will no doubt lead to “A REALLY Systematic Theology.”Â Â If you’re new to the party, check out 43folders.com, which is a mac- and GTD-centric blog. I hear good things about Pastorhacks.com, too. The walk-away rule of thumb from GTD is to do… Read more »
Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, Mo., is offering free downloads of course lectures and materials.Â Do any of the SBC seminaries do the same?Â Should some fractional FTEs be tied to public or non-degree-seeking education?Â Both seem like good ideas…or maybe I’m just cheap.
New Mexico authorities are starting a new fraud awareness program, aimed at fraud committed by church-goers against others in their church.Â Â “It’s kind of like, loosely termed, fraud among friends,” said securities commission spokesman Andrew Poon. “It’s relying on the element of trust. . . . It’s anybody who has like-affinity, whether it be culture,… Read more »