Welcome to another edition of Weekend Wanderings! After a stormy week here in the sunny South, with rain causing the Democrats to move their stadium party indoors, the sun is shining again and there is a preview of fall in the air. Of course, those of us who live around here know that summer weather is not really gone. It's just hiding for awhile, waiting to jump out when we least expect it.
Here are the links:
A defense of faith.
Eric Carpenter on James.
Jeff Dunn on doing nothing.
Safety or peace?
Alan Knox on children's games (sort of).
Feeling dumb. acting smart.
Jay Moore on missional living.
Scot McKnight on Peter.
Call us back.
Aly Lewis on semantics.
Christianity dying of old age?
Stephen Prothero on God in political platforms (HT: iMonk).
The dangerous business of change.
Matt on political parties and beer.
Dan White, Jr. on missional marinating (HT: Scot McKnight).
Stay superficial, my friends.
Have a blessed week!
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