Linking to noteworthy articles from other blogs and websites.
I love to read good writing. This article about the Encyclopedia Britannica is beautifully written and entertaining to read. If you had a set of encyclopedias in your house as a kid, you’ll identify with the author’s lament.
RIP, Britannica: An Elegy for an Encyclopedia by Albert Mohler
Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. announced Tuesday that it would no longer offer its venerable reference set in a printed edition. Western Civilization just took another hard blow to the chin.
From Hair to Eternity – Courtesy of The Sacred Sandwich
7 Scripture Texts About Evangelism by Tim Challies
As I pray about sharing the gospel with others, or as I pray for those who do not yet know the Lord, there are many passages from the Bible that can give focus and direction. Here are just a few of them.
Easter Sunday Is A Lie by Chris Vacher
Easter Sunday must be more than the day the nice church people welcome the nice community people, tell the nice story of the happy ending and then everyone goes on their merry way.
Copts, Popes, Shenouda? Did I miss something? by Clint Archer
If you read any news other than the sports pages, you have probably picked up that the Pope died. But not that one, the other one. The late Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria was the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church from 1971 until last Saturday (17 March 2012) when he passed away at 88 years of age.
Be Thou My Vision by Eden’s Bridge
The Subtle Art of Sabotaging a Pastor by Jared Wilson
The reports of your progress warm my blackened heart. When you were assigned to one of the Enemy’s ministers ten years ago, his infernal Majesty and I knew you’d have a rough go of it.
Homosexuality and Christian Bigotry by Jason Helopoulos
Christians intend to communicate life-giving, objective truths about the real world. But their statements are interpreted as attempts to impose personal preferences.