Here are some links to recent articles and posts I have found interesting over this past week on the web:
Tim Challies reviews Bart Ehrman’s new book God’s Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question—Why We Suffer. Worth checking out (especially if you won’t read Ehrman’s book on its own). I always find Tim’s reviews helpful. Plus his sight The Discerning Reader is a great site and resource.
Graeme Goldsworthy lectures at Southern Seminary on the necessity and application of Biblical Theology – both in the seminary and the pulpit. (I admit, I have not listened to these yet, but I plan to this week). [Thanks to Justin Taylor for the link].
There’s an interesting post on how to assess and interview potential missional community leaders, thanks to Drew Goodmason of Kaleo Church in San Diego (Acts 29). I find Drew’s thoughts extremely insightful as a would be church planter in the somewhat foreseeable future.
This was actually a very insightful and helpful post from Zen Habits, on Emotional Intelligence. I usually think I am emotionally aware of myself and everyone else around me. Time and experience continues to prove me wrong. These little things help from time to time.