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Apr 17

Links to begin the week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Jesus is the Jewish Messiah and the Savior of the world.

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

Amazing Grace: Gresham church thrives on community engagement

This is a story about the church Collette and I attended from 1975-1993 except two years in grad school. I often go there when I am in Oregon to work at the seminary and university. The church has an excellent leadership team and creative ministries.

The Genius Innovation That Made the Great Library of Alexandria Work

It takes a great mind to come up with a simple idea that changes the world. The is the story of the first librarian at the ancient world’s greatest library.

BreakPoint: Jesus, the Last Adam: The Whole Bible Points to Holy Week

How Single Women Became an Unstoppable Force in Bible Translation: Female missionaries have propelled the movement to bring Scripture to every tribe and tongue.

Thoughtlessness, Sloth, and the Call to Think: What happens when we give up on thinking? Hannah Arendt warned us years ago.

Christ Is My All: The Dying Words of Lemuel Haynes

Signposts: “Is Penal Substitutionary Atonement Immoral?”

The Crisis of Attention Theft—Ads That Steal Your Time for Nothing in Return

Archaeological Discovery: 3,000-Y-O Manure in Israel Offers Clues on Bible’s King Solomon Mystery

12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You

10 Things You Should Know about Your Smartphone

‘Worst Year Yet’: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Be a Christian

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

I did not start any new books this week.

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