• GuideJust War Theology:  The Christian Left blog Christian Alliance for Progress (CAFP) has a nice overview of JWT, which of course, they don’t subscribe to (they are pacifists).  Kudos to them for honestly and accurately presenting the opposing case before making their case (which they will do over the next few days)
  • Emergent Ooze:  CAFP also has a nice intro from Spencer Burke’s new Emergent Church book entitled A Heretic’s Guide to Eternity.  I identify with a lot of what he says in his intro. 
  • Neo-fundies:  Thankfully, there are other genuine Christians who are criticizing and resisting the NFs, like Scott over at Verum Serum.

  • John McArthur:  Despite his stern and somewhat narrow approach to Christianity, I do very much like his Bible teaching.  Here’s the podcast from The Master’s Seminary – many professors may be heard there.
  • Faith v. Presumption: Pastor drowns trying to walk on water. 
  • Christian Yoga:  As a Christian who enjoys yoga, I am glad to see churches picking it up.  Of course, the NFs have a fit over Christian yoga.
  • Manhood:  The young men at Rebelution have nicely redesigned their site, and have a great article from Al Mohler entitled The Marks of Manhood.  Great reading.
  • Humor:  Axegrinder has a nice update on the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector (Luke 18:9-11)
  • Fantasy Church:  Move over football, challies.com has proposed a new game in town – but will it be a sin to wager money? 
  • Finney the Heretic:  Those damned Reformed (Calvinistic) types, they are so high and mighty, think they know it all.  However, having Reformed sympathies myself, I tend to agree with much of what they say, including their criticisms of Charles Finney.  The cultlike organization I was in as an early Xian loved his teaching, primarily because it emphasized ongoing personal holiness in order to "keep" your salvation.  Reformed theology released me from this Arminian heresy.
  • Fossils that contradict evolution:  AIG has a nice article on the Toumai skull, and why it vexes evolutionists.