This Week’s Recommended Christian Blogs

Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. 

Sarah Palin and the Culture of Life

CNN has an interesting article on Sarah Palin stating that the mid-term elections are a clear choice between a culture of life (pro-life) and a culture of death (abortion). Palin: Abortion Essential in Mid-Term Election

The Mission of the Church

One of the “in” words in church life today is “missional.” What does it mean? Pastor Kevin DeYoung addresses his perspective in My Missional Misfire. His summary: the mission of the church is the Great Commission. 

Christianity Today and Al Mohler

In their most recent edition, Christianity Today ran a cover story on Al Mohler: The Reformer.  It’s created quite a controversy as several bloggers see it as biased not only against Mohler, but also against conservative Evangelical Christianity. Trevin Wax waxes eloquent in Thoughts on CT’s Profile. Justin Taylor does the same in CT’s Cover Story. Perhaps the most scathing review of CT’s article comes from Kevin DeYoung in A Long Profile in the Wrong Direction

John Piper and Rick Warren?

Owen Strachan attended the Desiring God Conference. He writes about the controversy that arose when John Piper invited Rick Warren to speak at the conference. Read Strachan’s interesting take: What Hath Piper to Do with Warren?

The Multi-Site Church

Another movement that is “all the rage” today is the multi-site church. Tony Payne has an excellent post outlining the issues. How to Think about Multi-Site Churches

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