The new Southern Seminary student journal, Adorare Mente has been released. I contributed the article on Luther and Zwingli’s views of the Lord’s Supper.

Scot McKnight weighs in on the current discussion of what being “evangelical” means.

Do you need more space or do you need less “stuff”? Read Bill Blair on the idolatry of constant accumulation.

Interesting pictures of how portion sizes have changed in 20 years. I noticed this last year when I asked for a small drink from Hardee’s and found it was what I would have considered “supersized.”

Nathan Finn answers the question: Will the Southern Baptist Convention split over Calvinism?

What is the purpose of Sunday School?

Russ Moore on why we need more than a VeggieTales Gospel.

Al Mohler on sex-selection abortions.

Top Post this Week at Kingdom People: Book Review: Why We’re Not Emergent

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  1. Trevin,

    Re: the link to McKnight and ‘evangelical,’ and in the light of the whole Evangelical Manifesto thing, I had to do it. Andrew’s call at TSK compelled me.

    THE POST-EVANGELICAL MANIFESTO is now up and awaiting comment, criticism, or, more probably, to be blown out of the water.

    Grace and Peace,
    Raffi Shahinian
    Parables of a Prodigal World

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