Weekend Wanderings is back after a three week hiatus. A lot of water has flowed under the proverbial bridge, and God has been teaching me a lot of things. I'll try to share some of those in the future. I can't begin to list all of the good links from the last three weeks, but you can look at the blogs and check some of them out if you so desire.
Anyway, here are some of the best:
This and this are huge. Read, reread, and read again.
Living the resurrected life.
These next few links are all courtesy of Scot McKnight: Bull what? This is for those of you who remember CSN&Y. Interesting article on Glenn Beck. When did the NCAA forget that it is supposed to be about the athletes?
A couple of good posts from Dan Allen on expository preaching, here and here.
Alan Knox writes about tradition.
Jesus has left the building (HT: Alan Knox).
Good words on good words from Kansas Bob.
What do we do with sehnsucht?
A post about something ridiculous.
Chaplain Mike on embracing God's dream, and the heart of the kingdom.
Ronnie McBrayer writes about geysers and grace.
Incorporation, co-option. and the Gospel.
Better than a beating.
Donald Miller says that the heart knows the truth.
Have a great weekend.
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