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Things I Read 09/20/12

A good word from David Mathis on behaving worthy of the gospel in corporate worship.

I’m late to the party on Mark Regenerus’s interesting and controversial study on Gay parents. I can’t say that the results surprise me.

Nathan Finn has posted some thoughts on Southern Baptists, Baptism and Communion. I’m encouraged to see some discussion on this topic.

Mark Bradley asks: Could the Braves have a Legit chance of catching the Nationals? I’d like to think so.

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Things I Read 2/27/12

Winston Smith has an article up at Ref21 discussing the history and developments in the Biblical Counseling movement and reviewing a new book on the subject by Heath Lambert. If you aren’t familiar with the difference between “Biblical” and “Christian” Counseling, there are some major and important differences. Interested? This video is a good place to start.

I absolutely love this quick post from Jared Wilson at the Gospel Coalition. Proverbs 29:18 is one of the modern church planting movements favorite passages of scripture. But what exactly is the vision that people will perish without? Great corrective.

Grantland has a post on racism, Jeremy Lin and ESPN that was interesting…I struggle with the intricacies of modern race relations as a relatively isolated WASP, but always enjoy reading perspectives like this. Andy Greenwald also spent a day on the set of Parks and Recreationone of my favorite TV shows.I especially enjoyed getting some perspective on Chris Pratt (who was also in the excellent film Moneyball), seems like and interesting guy.

Speaking of baseball…Spring training is here. Go Braves!

I didn’t watch the Oscars, but I am always interested in who won. I’m also always interested to see who won the Razzies. Here are the nominees.

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