Summer is almost here officially. The temperature is climbing and each day brings a chance of thunderstorms. The school year is almost over, and I don't know if the students or teachers are looking forward to vacation more. Monday is Memorial Day, and we Americans will honor those who have given their lives in service to the nation, before we hit the great sales and have cookouts where we eat and drink too much. Hopefully, we'll reflect on our freedom and those who have died.
Here are the links of the week:
Over at internet monk, Chaplain Mike has issues with evangelicalism. Part 1 of the series is here.
A "what if?" question.
Getting real about hate.
Prayer is always subversive.
Evidently, there's not an app for relationships.
A place in the Son.
Do you want to die?
Don't you hate it when people do a bad remake of a song.
This is funny.
A new sport?
Scot McKnight reviews After You Believe by N.T. Wright.
I wonder if he's going to sell this on ebay.
Heel grabber, Part 1.
What makes it "church?"
Great church sign.
Extraordinary churches (HT: Scot McKnight).
Have a great weekend. Thank you for reading my blog.
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