Aug

30

2010

Trevin Wax|2:30 am CT

Worth a Look 8.30.10

Guest Post by Robert Sagers

—Theologian Donald Bloesch has gone to be with the Lord. Chad Brand, who wrote his doctoral dissertation on Bloesch’s theological method—and who often assigns a Bloesch volume in his classes—remembers him here, and Fred Sanders reflects on the man and his work here.

—Yesterday, August 29, was the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina‘s hitting the Gulf Coast. View some photographs of the destruction here (HT: Z). Here’s Russell Moore on “Of Christ and Katrina, Five Years Later.”

—Speaking of Russell Moore, Trevin wanted to make sure that I posted his take on the weekend’s festivities in Washington, D.C.: “God, the Gospel, and Glenn Beck.”

Tony Jones responded last week to Brett McCracken’s widely circulated Wall Street Journal article on “wannabe cool” Christianity. (And remember, as you read: hipsters need Jesus, too!)

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2 Comments

  1. Is it just me, or was the whole point of Tony’s blog response to say “I disagree, now buy my book”?

  2. “God, the Gospel, and Glenn Beck” certainly verifies what I have been thinking. Beck relates history and politics in a way that is very eye-opening but we do not worship the same God.

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