Sunday Best: Google Glass Wedding, Babies Ruining Bodies, Early Christology


Craig Keener offers a comprehensive and balanced review of John MacArthur’s Strange Fire.

One mother writes a touching response to the claim that having babies ruins bodies.

Wendell Berry writes on being “caught in the middle” of the abortion and homosexuality issue.

One bride decides to walk down the aisle wearing Google Glass.

A Central Park mugger returns a phone—because it was an outdated “flip phone”.

Forbes covers Biologos, a Christian organization which offers courses on the basics of Evolution.

Here is a clever comparison of coffee and heterodoxy.

Larry Hurtado offers a summary of views concerning the church’s early christology.

David W. Virtue paints a dark picture of millenial faith and puts out a call to reach them.


Resourcing people, communities, and movements to love the whole world with the whole gospel.


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