September 15, 2019

Blogging from “Worship and Arts” Part 2

I want to run through some of the highlights of Michael Card's teaching sessions on "The Lost Language of Lament." These are all short summaries from my notebook. On 9-11, Calvin Seerveld called Michael and said, " … [Continue reading...]

Blogging from “Worship and Arts” Part 1

I'm going to try and blog the conference a bit. (Thursday morning, 9:09 a.m.) I'm at the "Worship and Arts" conference sponsored by Campbellsvile University. (Actually at a local church) Small crowd. Michael Card is the main … [Continue reading...]

Riffs: 3:24:07: A “Post-Christian” Confessional at The Parish

BHT fellow Tom Hinkle reposts this confessional piece from a blogger at "The Parish." If you want to read 1) the TR version of where the emerging church is going or 2) my opinion of what much of evangelical fundamentalism is … [Continue reading...]

“…but some doubted.”

UPDATE: John at Confessing Evangelical adds to this discussion. 16 Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. 17 And when they saw him they worshiped him, but some doubted. 18 … [Continue reading...]

Ground Rules: Blogroll Psychology 101

Ground Rules are a series of posts reflecting on what I've learned in some of my controversies and conflicts with other bloggers. Who's on your blogroll? Your RSS reader? What are you saying by including or excluding … [Continue reading...]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #51

A lot of missional musings. Available from iTunes. Delivered to your door, hot, fresh and with a nice green bow. … [Continue reading...]

Fifty Things You Didn’t Know….and one outright lie

UPDATE: Blast you Kyle Potter! You've read this blog for 7 years. You've read my confessional essays. You've got the bio memorized. Your iPod has the podcast all the way back to episode 1. You're confident you could pass any … [Continue reading...]

Five Questions for Noel Heikkinen on the Mark Driscoll “Confessional.”

One of the most talked about posts in the blogosphere this week is Mark Driscoll's report on his exhaustion, health problems and current explosive growth church situation. Reformed Catholicism and others wrote excellent responses. … [Continue reading...]

The Strange Case of the Missing Scripture Lessons

Josh at eucatastrophe and Pirate (at the BHT) have been writing about the public reading of scripture, something that is strangely absent in the worship and preaching of the vast majority of evangelicals. If you wanted examples … [Continue reading...]

Riffs 3:19:07: Responding to Dan Edelen’s “The Holy Who?”

"I’m not a supporter of the Emerging Church, but I’m sympathetic to some of the reforms they’re calling for in the Church as a whole. Yet I’m utterly mystified that a reform movement could be so lacking in any concept of … [Continue reading...]