Seven links for your weekend reading:

1. What makes for a great book?

2. Oswald Sanders asks: “Are You Ready to Be a Leader?”

3. Jen Byck decided to live as a 1950’s housewife for two weeks. She then gives an interesting take on the experience and the lessons she learned.

4. Andy Crouch reporting from Cape Town on the “missing megachurch pastors” at Lausanne 2010.

5. Scott Klusendorf reports on his debate over abortion with State Senator Daylin Leach. Well worth reading!

6. Nathan Finn asks, “Is Baptism a Secondary Doctrine?”

7. Christopher Wright says the biggest obstacle to world missions is idolatry.

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3 thoughts on “Trevin's Seven”

  1. A. Raj Rao says:

    Wright ~~~> “They worship popularity and therefore exaggerate or report dishonest statistics …”

    Amen… I think that we need to very carefully assess statistics when we hear or read about them. Sometimes prayer is better than giving $.

  2. A. Raj Rao says:

    One more comment…

    It is particularly embarrassing when apologists for other religions point out these false statistics.

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