It's time once again for everyone's favorite blog post! Fall is definitely here in the sunny South. The temperatures are cooler, the shadows longer, and the days shorter.
Here are the links:
Did cars create the mega-church?
Speaking of mega-churches.
Some thoughts on the sermon flap in Houston.
China's secret churches.
Mark Driscoll, grace, and accountability.
Keith Giles on the mark of the Beast.
Beauty from brutality.
Nate Pruitt continues his series on Sabbath with part 15.
Good post from Mike Erich.
When they are not sorry.
The real reason churches fail.
Arthur Sido on tax deductions.
Benjamin L. Corey on myth.
Evidently, there's more to the story of a certain famous preacher's resignation.
Scot McKnight on spiritual disciplines.
Good post from Anthony Smith.
Have a blessed week!
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