1. Web solutions for atheists: Godblock:
A web filter that filters religious sites! Got to protect the children from them crazy Christians! (RT: Stuart)
From the site:
GodBlock is a web filter that blocks religious content. It is targeted at parents and schools who wish to protect their kids from the often violent, sexual, and psychologically harmful material in many holy texts, and from being indoctrinated into any religion before they are of the age to make such decisions. When installed properly, GodBlock will test each page that your child visits before it is loaded, looking for passages from holy texts, names of religious figures, and other signs of religious propaganda. If none are found, then your child is allowed to browse freely.
2. Chuck Swindoll on God being almost sovereign:
“Remind yourself that He is sovereign. He has everything under His control. He will have His way in His time and for His glory. That includes your life, your position, your past, and your future. Worrying over any of that is a waste. He’s got every detail covered.
Yes, every one.
Think of it this way: there’s no such thing as God being almost sovereign.”
Read the rest here.
5. Baby food diet? I don’t care who is doing it, I’ll pass.
This line stuck out: “For the Presbyterian Church to stay current and enter the next generation, they really need to let go of this debate.” So, let me get this…”staying current” is the weight upon the backs of church policy makers?
7. The Theology Toolbar gets a facelift.
I am proud to announce that T.C. Robinson’s blog “New Leaven” has been added to the Daily TheoReader on The Theology Toolbar. T.C.’s content and attitude are both representative of the best of Evangelicalism. If you don’t have the toolbar to keep up on New Leaven, make sure that you make it by there as often as you can.
You can download the Theological Toolbar here (created by me!)
There has to be some bad theology going on here. Momma . . . help.
9. Its official…this is the world’s ugliest dog.
10. The Heresy of Orthodoxy: Get this book folks.
11. Theology Bootcamp: 7.31.10. Enlist today. Online and Onsite.
Theological Bootcamp is a one-day equipping event geared toward church leaders. Pastors, Elders, Deacons, Small-Group leaders, Children Ministry leaders will all benefit from Boot Camp. Our objective is to make theology accessible at an intensive level. As we talk to pastors around the country many are concerned what the people in their church really believe. They may be godly people in love with Jesus, yet they have not been grounded in the foundations of our faith. Our first boot-camp will teach those foundations in an intensive 6-hour time period. Imagine churches around the country and world being equipped in the foundations of the faith from 9am-3pm on a Saturday. Boot Camp will be in Digital and DVD formats for churches to use at their convenience.
12. A classic work gets a facelift?
I thought when publishers update a book, they are supposed to make the cover look better! This classic work gets a makeover and it is not pretty. Sorry F.F. Bruce. It kinda looks demonic.