Linkathon 4/7: Part 2

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10 Responses

  1. first says:

    …reserved for Bob…

  2. Eric Hoffman says:

    Regarding the Patton article: Yep, folks will believe things like that, yet refuse to believe brothers are not brothers.

    Backwards apologetics.

  3. Michael says:

    Tom Stipes article is very much worth a read…hit me between the eyes.

  4. Sue says:

    I liked Carole Turner’s pictures with the comments. Very positive!
    I didn’t care for Tom Stipe’s saying “we” this, “we” that. Baby boomers are all individuals and I would rather he speak for himself only.

  5. Believe says:

    Here’s a link to an interesting article:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&sid=a2xng6J3TAdU

    Fear God…not man, or circumstances…make sure your house is built on the Rock.

    There are some tough times coming…

  6. Believe says:

    Had an interesting discussion today with a former CIA operative who confirms that we are in an economic world war (if you will)…and the next 20 years are going to require a dramatic shift in direction if we are to “win”…as a Nation.

    As people of God…members of the “Church”…

    We need to pray that God’s will be done…whatever it may be.

  7. Eric Hoffman says:

    Don’t feel like linking to LHT’s, but….there’s some tripe about how a families church becoming “emerging” turned their son into a homosexual.

    Silly me for believing a persons depravity and cold-dead heart leads one into sin.

  8. brian says:

    lht had on an article about the great falling away. Now when I was first a Christian this was a big theme, next to the almost everyone is going to hell theme was the falling away. With all the puff blown aside I think most of these proponents really dont believe in a God who can save. I mean they go on about the “real man” Jesus, dressed in his cams and toting an m16 AK or what ever. In some ways they are more atheist then atheists. Some of them tend to make the best atheists. Its actually rather sad.

  9. Captain Kevin says:

    Good point, brian. Sad indeed.

    I love how some people think its their job to decide who should speak at a conference and who shouldn’t. NOT! Piper could invite Benny Hinn or Todd “Bam bam” whatshisface for all I care. Piper is a thinker, and I’m sure his decision to invite whomever has been well-thought-out.

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