Everyone has difficulties. With some of them I would gladly exchange difficulties. With most I would not.
Dispensationalism, with its concomitant disregard for the world, is the most insidious false teaching in the modern Christian world. Something like 1/3 of all evangelicals still hold to it.
“If we had lived back when our ancestors did, would we have spoken for justice? We •do• live in a time like our ancestors. Documented ethnic and religious cleansing is going on today, for example in parts of Nigeria and Central Africa, in multiple countries.”
“PlayStation 4 users in Chicago were shocked when they turned on their consoles and saw a message from Sony. …they would be required to pay a 9 percent “amusement tax” for PlayStation subscriptions…”
“There have to be Christian voices within the evangelical tradition that oppose this president. We cannot leave our image of evangelicalism to the Robert Jeffress and Franklin Grahams in this world.”
Gladys is a very nice shelf app that syncs via iCloud for devices and Mac. I like it more than apps that sync the clipboard between devices and the Mac, but that’s basically what I use it for. Anyone else using Gladys? Give me the what for.
I’m reading “The Only True God: Early Christian Monotheism in Its Jewish Context” by James F. McGrath
Here is a nice little thought experiment. If Trump were a Democrat: A Fantasy
I’m writing this using the Drafts beta on Mac. My workflow these days uses Drafts as in Inbox, OmniFocus for task management, and iA Writer for notes, etc. And increasingly, Drafts also for posting to Micro.blog.
Did you know about this? I certainly didn’t. Vintage Base Ball: Bringing the Game’s Past to the Present - The Hardball Times