Monthly Archives: July 2007

Speaking the Truth in Love

Okay, maybe I’ve been reading ThinkChristian too much lately, but they just found a very good quote on the Radio Bible Class web site which needs to be widely voiced. The salient point of it is that “Truth spoken without … Continue reading

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New Atheism, Old Arguments

ThinkChristian has an interesting item citing a Wall Street Journal editorial about the “New Atheists,” and the recent publication of their popular books attacking religion. Author Peter Berkowitz does a fine job of showing how some very intelligent people—like Richard … Continue reading

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The iPhone and ‘Technolust’

ThinkChristian has started an interesting discussion about whether the Apple iPhone is the latest example of gadgets that encourage a destructive, self-centered focus on ourselves. I think this is a valid concern and the lure of becoming self-absorbed in our … Continue reading

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