Interestingness

It is once again time for a few interesting posts from around the web. Here is what I have been reading and watching lately.

Medieval Help Desk

Kevin De Young highlighted this video on his blog recently. I thought it was funny, so I want to share it with you.

5 Necessary Shifts for Missional College Ministry

Stephen Lutz highlights what he believes to be five shifts that need to take place in order for college ministry to be more missional. You can read his article by clicking here.

Steve Jobs

Here are two great articles on Steve Jobs, Technology, and Christianity. You can read John Dyer’s article by clicking here. And you can read Al Mohler’s article by clicking here.

Mohler’s Commentary on Joel Osteen’s Interview with Piers

This article includes a video of Joel Osteen’s recent interview where he discusses gay marriage, and Mohler’s commentary on that interview. It is an interesting interview to watch as well as commentary to read. You can read it by clicking here.

Ministry to the Partially Evangelized

Who are the partially evangelized and how can we reach them? Chris Castaldo answers those questions in his recent article. You can read it by clicking here.

iPhone 4S

Apple recently released the iPhone 4S. Check it out by clicking here. I would be curious if you are going to get one. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Interestingness

Here are some interesting articles I came across this week.

Human Flourishing

Here is an interesting article on Human Flourishing. It has to do with busyness, value in work, identity in work, and depending on God in our work. It will give you a good look into our culture and where we find our identity, and where we should find our identity. You can read the article by clicking here.

Does Questioning Evolution Make You Anti-Science?

Writing in response to Paul Krugman of the New York Times  harsh critique on Republican Candidate Rick Perry for his views on Evolution, Rabbi Shmuley brings up some interesting points regarding the idea or theory of evolution. You can read his article by clicking here.

Sin: This is Not the Way it is Supposed to Be

Cornelius Plantinga Jr. wrote an excellent article regarding sin and its destructive capability. He looks back at the way things were and heralds that things are not the way it is supposed to be right now. You can read his article here.

Scripture Reading Plans

My friend Dustin Bruce over at Gospel Spirituality highlighted a helpful reading plan this week. You can check out his post by clicking here and you can check out the reading plan by clicking here.

Is You Dining Room on Mission?

That was the title of a recent article by Tim Chester over on The Resurgence website. The article is an excellent read for anyone wanting to be more missional or focus their church to be more missional. You can read it by clicking here.

Interestingness

Here are some articles I found interesting from around the web this week.

30 Minute Reviews

Tim Challies put out a few quick reviews on four books this last week, which look like they would be interesting to read. You can view those here.

Steve Jobs Resigns

If you do not live under a rock, or are not held up in a dark cave somewhere, you probably already know that Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple this week. If you want all the details, you can check out Engadget’s article by clicking here.

A Father’s Influence

My friend Dustin Bruce, who is blogging over at Gospel Spirituality, wrote an article this week challenging a father’s influence on their children. You can read it by clicking here.

College Drinking

Kevin DeYoung wrote a telling article regarding students on our University Campus in regard to drinking. In it, he explains why students often abuse alcohol and how Christians can challenge their friends who sink into this lifestyle. You can read his article here.

Postmodernism: Is it dead?

Collin Hansen over at The Gospel Coalition put out an article asserting that Postmodernism is Dead, but it is not gone. You can read his opinion here.