Mortification of Spin

Mortification of Spin
Some weeks back I noted a leading emergent webpage which spends it's time telling the reader how important and radical (in the Starbucks latte drinking sense of the word....) the particular person...
Once again, I put aside joking around just for a minute to ask blog readers to pray for my colleague, Alan Groves, and his family, as he struggles with cancer. See http://www.algroves.info/
Once again, I put aside joking around just for a minute to ask blog readers to pray for my colleague, Alan Groves, and his family, as he struggles with cancer. See http://www.algroves.info/
Some more from Forsyth. Theologians who have the gift of words that set minds on fire should be read:
Some more from Forsyth. Theologians who have the gift of words that set minds on fire should be read:
Follwing up on yesterday's blog and one one I posted a week or so ago, I would want to make the case that the problem with so many postmodern approaches to the world is that they fail to grasp the...
Follwing up on yesterday's blog and one one I posted a week or so ago, I would want to make the case that the problem with so many postmodern approaches to the world is that they fail to grasp the...
I hate to break up the hilarity in which my good friends Messrs Trotter and Plectrum-Smith seem to be indulging, but I just spent a few moments looking at the webpage of a leading Emergent figure.
I hate to break up the hilarity in which my good friends Messrs Trotter and Plectrum-Smith seem to be indulging, but I just spent a few moments looking at the webpage of a leading Emergent figure.
I found myself in the invidious position of having to issue a clarification and apology for a theological analysis of an American "sport" (sic):
I found myself in the invidious position of having to issue a clarification and apology for a theological analysis of an American "sport" (sic):
There's a fascinating interview with N T Wright in the latest Christianity Today. Worth reading as a whole but I was particularly struck by the following comment:
There's a fascinating interview with N T Wright in the latest Christianity Today. Worth reading as a whole but I was particularly struck by the following comment:
In addition to Del's suggestions, I recommend Richard J Evans, Lying about Hitler ( Basic Books). Evans, Chair of Modern History at the University of Cambridge, was the expert witness at the Irving-...
In addition to Del's suggestions, I recommend Richard J Evans, Lying about Hitler ( Basic Books). Evans, Chair of Modern History at the University of Cambridge, was the expert witness at the Irving-...