A La Carte (03/20)
Monday March 20, 2006
Emergent: Phil Johnson points us to an article that seems to suggest that Gilbert Bilezikian, one of the founders of the megachurch movement, seems ready to hop to the emergent bandwagon. “If you tried to name the five people who have done more than anyone else to shape theories of ministry and church-growth philosophy over the past 20 years, Barna and Bilezikian would both be near the top of the list.”
Sabbath: Jollyblogger asks a question about the link between our culture’s worship of technology and it’s disdain for Sabbath worship as well as the gospel.
Education: Paul is calling for reform in the seminaries as he sees how many are no longer creating pastors, but professional Christians. His solution is simple: “Let the seminary be a seminary!”
Marriage: Carolyn McCulley has a great post on The Gospel and Marriage.”There are many reasons why we want to get married, but typically we singles don’t list ‘the gospel’ near the top of that list…”