The Church’s Frightful Kodak Moment | Holy Soup. Today Sunday worship was cancelled because of a snow storm and my wife got the idea that some house cleaning would be in order. In cleaning out a drawer, I found this – a roll of Kodak film. I don’t own a film camera anymore, haven’t for […]
Monthly Archive for January, 2014
Posted in Christian Denominations, Fundamentalism - Preserving 19th Century America For the Future, Generations - Guttenbergers vs. Googlers, Language and Lingo, Pastor Stuff, Postmodern Perspectives, Will the Real God Please Stand Up? on Jan 12th, 2014
Why Christians have lost the argument for faith before it started. | The Millennial Pastor. I think this is one of the best summations of why modern day evangelicalism is faltering. Our desire to obligate people to faith is a desire to preserve Empire, but Christians, the Body of Christ, cannot be about Empire anymore. […]
How I Rediscovered Faith | RELEVANT Magazine. Malcom Gladwell is one of the most fascinating writers and social observers that I read. This is a great reflection on how his journey has led him back to faith. His books Tipping Point and David and Goliath are excellent and I highly recommend them.
5 Must-Reads on Religion and Social Media | (A)theologies | Religion Dispatches. In recent centuries the Church seems to be behind the curve from the rest of the world. Like Wired Jesus, back in 2006 it was a top 25 religious podcast world wide, now not even a blip on the radar and fluttering in […]
What If the 21st Century Begins in 2014? – Bloomberg. Brin has some interesting thoughts and it would be nice to think that 2014 could be a significant turning point where we stop acting like its still the 20th Century.