Monthly Archives: August 2010
Timothy Dalrymple On the Dire Need for the Imitation of Christ …the American evangelical Church, in spite of all the good it still accomplishes, has lost its way. In the vision of Christian life that has been passed down the stream of generations, something essential seems to have been lost in the exchange. Call it a hunch, buried deep in the inner folds of the spirit within: that Christ calls us to something more than this.
George Washington’s 1790 letter to the Jews of Newport, Rhode Island. “To bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.”
In this remarkable short talk, comic genius John Cleese explains what he has learned about the creative process.
A couple of the links that grabbed my attention this week:
The Sad State of Pastoral Thinking: Chaplain Mike show his exasperation with Perry Noble and his “Noblesque” approach to church.
Watch the Rising Day: Matthew Smith’s newest album.
Unfortunately, this post’s inflammatory title chars the outside so badly that the good meat under the burn is probably thrown away by most.
10 Simple Google Search Tricks: Learn how to make more of your use of the most popular search engine around. Don’t you hate how they’ve gone over to the Dark Side on net neutrality?