Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Links Sans Context 9/27/05

Dangerous Idea deals well with the age-old quandary, "Can God make a stone too big for Him to move?" This kind of question is popular with sophmoric Sunday School teachers-here is your rebuttal ammunition.

Vanguard Church Blog - Bob Robinson is dealing with Postmodernism and the Church in a thoughtful and indepth way in his series. Here is the latest installment on listening to margenalized voices.

Out In the Sticks - Steve deals very well with an unfortunately popular book: Intercessory Prayer by Dutch Sheets.

Culture Watch: Constructive Curmudgeon - This is a great example of apologetic interaction.

Eidos - It is great to see a conservative philosopher address the topic of demons and angels.

Apologia Christi - The do us a service by providing a link to an interview with William Lane Craig on apologetics.

Wheat and Chaff - Helps us think more about idolatry and our American lives.

UPDATE:
Kenny Pearce has a very thoughtful and well-informed post on the issue of ID in public schools.

2 comments:

Steve said...

Thanks Phil!

Have you read the book? Are you very familiar with Dutch Sheets? I was wondering what you might think of it as I would imagine it is pretty well traveled in pentecostal circles and the Colorado Springs area!

Phil Steiger said...

Steve-good to hear from you. I haven't read the book, but that is only because I am a little familiar with Sheets. His pastoral influence in the Springs has been, shall we say, interesting. He has had his influence in Petecostal circles around here, and it hasn't been all good, unfortunately.