Saturday, June 30, 2012

Articles of the Week - June 30

I think this would be an appropriate place to use the phrase "in other news..."
Marcia Adair: "Air Cello and More in 4-D 'Concert' at a London Museum" (Los Angeles Times, June 23)

Jon Acuff: "Finding Out There Won't Be an Ocean in Heaven" (Stuff Christians Like, June 25)

Lillian Kwon: "Obeying God Comes After Grace, Says Tim Keller" (Christian Post, June 25)
The proper understanding of the gospel is grace first, obedience second.

Ramsey Lewis: "Getting in a Jazz Groove" (Chicago Tribune, June 25)
Jazz is a garbanzo bean. Too many young people would rather eat cake - even though they've never tasted a garbanzo bean.

Napp Nazworth: "Theologian: Young Evangelicals Want to Rethink What it Means to Be Evangelical" (Christian Post, June 26)
The movement's leaders are resistent to talking about the issues for fear of repercussions.

Ed Stetzer: "Preach the Gospel, and Since It's Necessary, Use Words" (Christian Post, June 26)
There are two basic problems with [the popular quotation]

Andrea Durbin: "Derailing Childhoods" (Chicago Tribune, June 27)
Violence, funding cuts are derailing childhoods.

Marilyn Katz: "The Impact of Violence" (Chicago Tribune, June 27)
It is...a real threat to the future of Chicago.

David Neff: "Timothy George on the Reformers' Postmodern Movement" (Christianity Today, June 29)
The historical theologian says Luther and Calvin show us how to read the Bible for the sake of the church.

Scott Walker: "A Wisconsin Plan for Illinois?" (Chicago Tribune, June 29)
Reformers in the Land of Lincoln could help provide certainty to private-sector job creators.

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