Bits & Pieces (6/20/12)

  • Scripture and Heavenly Experiences – Tim Challies follows up his previous post about the “heaven tourists” books with a review of Sciptural accounts of heavenly experiences.

 

  • The Great Divide – Looking at the false dichotomy created by the Enlightenment, Margaret Manning offers that ” [t]he risen Jesus breaks the false dichotomy of reason that seeks to imprison revelation, and in his very being embodies purpose and meaning. In the person of Christ, reason finds its hope and reality its purpose.”

 

 

  • Ministry Can Be Dangerous – “The terrible danger is that we can look to our ministry activity as evidence that God is with us or as a way to earn God’s favor and prove ourselves.”
  • Overeducated? – A Michigan man has 29 degrees, and is working on increasing that number!

What do you think?