Darryl at DashHouse.com summarizes one of Tim Keller’s talks at the 2007 EMA conference. This point stood out:
It is necessary to draw boundaries. What really matters is how we treat the people on the other side of those boundaries. People are watching. We’re going to win the younger leaders if we are the most gracious, kind, and the least self-righteous in controversy. The truth will ultimately lose if we hold the right doctrines, but do so with nasty attitudes and a lack of love.
Read Darryl’s entire summary here. It is a worthy investment of time to read it.
First Things has this interesting piece entitled God Cannot be Understood, Only Adored.
This comes from pduggie: reflections and updates on the Gage/Knox/Coral Ridge thing.
And, finally…ever contemplate the dimensions of the universe in spiritual terms? John Halton at the Boar’s Head Tavern has this observation that, frankly, makes me a little giddy.