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  1. pstrmike says:

    Wiersbe, Evans, and now Vanier has passed. Memory eternal.

  2. Michael says:

    The article on the democratization of theology might be the worst apologetic I’ve ever read for progressive Christianity…

  3. EricL says:

    Michael @12:22- you can’t blame that link on me 🙂
    Although I’ve sent you my share of stinkers…

  4. Michael says:

    EricL,

    You do a great job…saves me mucho time!

  5. EricL says:

    As for that link about teaching the Bible in public school, I think that’s a horrible idea. I’m married to a Christ-loving school teacher, but I wouldn’t want her teaching from the Bible at her middle school because I can already imagine the insane parameters that administrators and district officials and state bureaucrats would set.

  6. JoelG says:

    God’s scandalous patience…

    Awesome thoughts to ponder about God and His creation in this article. We’re always in such a hurry. God doesn’t seem to be.

  7. Em says:

    Teaching the Bible in public schools a bad idea? Agree… When i was on grammar school – a looong time ago – we were released mid afternoon once a week for religious study… Christians walked 4 blocks to the Methodist gym (both a basketball court and a roller rink – odd), Catholics and Jews went somewhere and then we all came back to finish the day.
    Happen today? Probably not, but a saw a news item thay Seattle teachers are to daily wish their Muslim students a happy rhamadan (sp?) in Arabic…. Say what? ? ?

  8. Em says:

    Sorry about typos….🙆

  9. JoelG says:

    I read that Enes Kanter is fasting for Ramadan in the middle of the NBA playoffs.
    That probably doesn’t help the Blazers, much.

    Jean Vanier was a hero.

  10. Eric says:

    I never read RHE but knew she was a big name. So I was surprised to read that she was younger than me.

  11. Em says:

    Their fast is a farce IMNSHO … they fast during the day and pigout every night

  12. Michael says:

    JoelG,

    We’ll see…he’s hurt already.

  13. Michael says:

    Bible classes in public schools is a terrible idea…I don’t want anyone but myself or someone I’ve vetted teaching T.
    He already has co-workers filling his head full of nonsense…

  14. JoelG says:

    Lol Em. Sounds like my diet.

    Eric, I was surprised at her young age, too.

    “He already has co-workers filling his head full of nonsense”

    Ah the joy of being a parent of a teenager today. Sigh…

    Blazers need to finish tonight. Someone slip Enes a quarter pounder 😉

  15. bob1 says:

    Always a nice touch to slander a major world religion.

    I think someone’s had their chain pulled by Fox, etc.

    IMHSO

  16. Michael says:

    JoelG,

    He works with an adult fundy who thinks he’s saving T’s soul from Rome…because I’m an Anglican…
    T likes the guy and loves his job…or I’d instruct him on some fundamentals myself…

  17. bob1 says:

    Sure.

    Rome.

    Canterbury

    Almost the same, right?

    🙂

  18. JoelG says:

    Bob1, I apologize for joking about Enes Kanter and Ramadan. My bad.

    Michael, hopefully T can ignore the nonsense and still love the guy.

  19. Outside T. Fold says:

    @michael at 12:22pm

    Huh. That is the one link I read and I had a different take. I was struck —in a positive way— by the comparison (As Gutenberg in the 1500s, so also the Internet in the years following Y2K.) The description of the sea change in how people communicate that helped me catch a deeper glimpse of the significance of RHE in these times. It was genuinely insightful.

  20. Jerod says:

    RHE
    I think God said something about Grace in the bible, mentioned it a couple times.

    Now, if Todd White passes, or Benny Hinn…

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