Cooperation Makes for a Good Day

Found at this other blog. Quoting the original article: This unexpected, spontaneous, and scripted dance (aka Flash dance) was performed by over twenty thousand people. How did they do it? Planners recruited 800 people using Facebook and Twitter Choreographers taught a simple dance to these 800 “dancers” Dancers were planted amongst the crowd, who then […]

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The Power of the Cross

Oh to see the dawn of the darkest day. Christ on the road to Calvary. Tried by sinful men, torn and beaten then Nailed to a cross of wood. This the pow’r of the cross. Christ became sin for us. Took the blame, bore the wrath, We stand forgiven at the cross.

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More on Homosexual Recovery

This week, CNN posted an article describing a recent report that attempts to help homosexuals “recover” do more harm than good. Since I wrote an article on this very topic (see Is There Recovery for the Homosexual?.), I thought it would be good to have a link to this new article here and to add […]

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Tangle Replaces GodTube

YouTube imitation site GodTube has rebranded itself as tangle and now is trying to imitate MySpace. I think I need to explore this more. After all, Mark Driscoll from Mars Hill Church in Seattle seems to be using it, but I’m not sure what I think about it. Not only do I generally dislike Christian […]

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Feeling Spiritual Can Be Idolatry

Gleaned From: That Worship Feeling. “Sometimes, contemplatives think that the whole end and essence of their [spiritual] life is to be found in meditation and interior peace and the sense of the presence of God. They become attached to these things. But recollection and meditation are just as much creatures as an automobile. The sense […]

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