Here are some recent notable or interesting links that have crossed our radar lately:
- At the Jesus Creed blog, Jeff Cook has starting a series of posts addressing the top ten arguments for and against God’s existence. The first argument is one you’ve almost certainly thought about before. What do you think of his response?
- Why is Paul so important to historians studying the Resurrection of Jesus?
- “There are many reasons to read the Bible, but only one way that really makes any sense to me, and that is to encounter God.” At Internet Monk, Jeff Dunn reflects on the much-discussed Lifeway survey about Christians’ Bible reading habits (or lack thereof). Do you read the Bible? Why or why not?
- It might be time to rethink those clever sayings on your church sign. Why church marketing doesn’t work. Part 2 is more positive, with some tips for attracting people in your community to your church.
- Anne Jackson has a moving piece about the slow and inefficient work of God at Relevant Magazine.
- What does Ephesians 4:26-27 mean when it tells us “in your anger do not sin”? Take a look at the Greek behind this famous phrase.
- Link Roundup: The Most Religious Countries, Canticles, and Reverend Fun on Watercraft Repair
- Link Roundup: Bible Engagement, Peter’s Conversion, and Acts in History
- Link Roundup: Don’t Name Your Kids After Hosea’s Children, Wycliffe’s New Bible Quiz Game, and More
- Link Roundup (Lent Edition)
- Link Roundup: Heresy, Church History, and Rocks