A La Carte (4/1)
“A new study by Christopher W. Crowe, an economist for the International Monetary Fund, found that during the last two housing booms in the United States, regions with high concentrations of evangelicals saw lower gains in home prices and less volatility than similar regions with fewer evangelical residents.”
This is a rather bizarre invitation from Rick Warren to the people in or near his church. “1. Open your heart to Jesus Christ. 2. Attend Class 101: Discovering Your Church Family. 3. Sign our membership covenant (explained in class). 4. Be baptized the way Jesus commanded and modeled for us. YOU CAN FINISH ALL 4 REQUIREMENTS IN ONE DAY - THIS SATURDAY!”
If you haven’t already discovered this blog, you should give it a look. Dr. David Murray of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is releasing an ongoing series of short video blogs, each of which covers an interesting topic.
The Green Letter Bible?
“A nicely presented bible (NRSV) with the added bonus that verses that relate in anyway to the environment are shown in green, there is a special index for them and a “Green bible trail” is plotted. Includes 126 pages of essays from folks such as N. T. Wright, Brian McLaren and Wendell Berry. Cotton/Linen cover, recycled paper, soy based ink, water based coating of course.”
Deidox films has a new short film ready to view. This one looks at a police officer who works on Skid Row in LA.