Links for your weekend reading:
1. Roger Olson wonders out loud if evangelical Christians should adopt some version of Purgatory. Michael Patton wonders out loud if Olson may be heading toward Rome. Regarding Purgatory, N.T. Wright says: The idea that Christians need to suffer punishment for their sins in a post-mortem purgatory, or anywhere else, reveals a straightforward failure to grasp the very heart of what was achieved on the cross.
2. Lausanne III is pulling a cross-section of 4,000 world leaders to keep the gospel front and center.
4. Good news: World War I is now officially over.
5. Kevin DeYoung: Should Churches Trade in Services for Serving?