Mark Stevens writes, Brian LePort has been posting a series entitled ‘Educating the Local Church‘. From what I can tell the series was born out of his frustration with the churches’ attitude towards academic; especially theology and Biblical studies. Mark goes on to write, The job of an academic is to teach truth via facts. An […]
It all started, as it usually does, with something Daniel Kirk wrote, namely this: Dear pastor, it is not enough to huddle with your buddies over beer or in your internet discussion room and talk about what a bunch of sexist bastards your fellow pastors are in your denomination. If you are not working to […]
Don’t ask me how I got it, but I did: Poor, poor Mark….
Mark Stevens sent me a book to read on my long flight to China! What is better than N.T. Wright? We have grown used to the battles over Jesus—whether he was human or divine, whether he could do miracles or just inspire them, whether he even existed. Much of the church defends tradition, while critics […]
Mark Stevens, whom I occasionally profess undying love for on facebook, has written a piece, which while interesting, fails to get to the whole of the issue. I wonder the academic world of writing and teaching has an allure reminiscent of celebrity pastors and mega-churches; but for the scholarly wannabes. Most churches in Australia and […]
Australia is to remove the birth of Jesus as a reference point for dates in school history books. Under the new politically correct curriculum, the terms BC (Before Christ) and AD (Anno Domini) will be replaced with BCE (Before Common Era) and CE (Common Era). The Archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen, yesterday condemned the move […]
Jim West: Come to think of it – that’s Jim every day Peter Kirk: Don’t complain. He is the UK and they really don’t have anything else to do Jeremy makes videos – Mark Stevens – and this is ALL Mark Stevens: And Rodney – he spends his days being angry Finally… James McGrath – […]
Good for Mark!
I’m going to give you five clues… tell me who do you think that they are? He’s originally from Colorado. He started Family Radio in 1958. He already wrongly predicted the rapture once before. Even so, he’s pretty sure of himself this time around. He has more than a few doubters. answer here. Okay, so […]