I'm watching the Olympic opening ceremony and while I have some problems with one of the biggest violators of human rights being awarded the Olympic Games, I must say that I am very impressed by the show the Chinese put on. It was one of the best, if not the best, opening ceremonies I have ever seen.
A lot of blog posts made me think and entertained me this week:
Todd Hiestand wonders why we hate the homeless.
Jared Wilson has a good article on Searchwarp.
Bill at The Thinklings remembers.
Gospel Driven Church reveals what attracts the unchurched.
TSK wonders what we should do with the term "Emerging Church". I think we should keep it a bit longer.
Brother Maynard provided the next two: What happens when you become a Christian?
and The Font Conference.
Jonathan Brink asks about your most important moment.
Jeff McQ asks three questions.
Grace went to church.
John Armstrong reviews The Shack.
Michael Spencer has a series, "Where is Jesus?" Part 1 is here.
imonk thinks the Suburban Jesus hates him.
I think you'll find this amusing.
John Fonville begins a series on Galatians.
Bob Hyatt found some real Modalists.
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