The Content Cluster Muster (04.15.21)

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Holsterzz

A friend of mine makes holsters, and they have a great deal running. You really ought to check it out here.

Jars of Pickles

Sky Above You Optional

As always, and quite consistently, more here.

So Aren’t You Ashamed of Yourself?

Dino Vaccine

This One Had Feet . . .

So we recorded this Ask Doug not so long ago, and for some reason it took off. So maybe you should watch it too. You don’t want to be left out, do you?

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Elisabeth
Elisabeth
2 months ago

Pastor calling Ben a girl.. hahaha..(.I know I know I’m taking what he said out of context)

Ree
Ree
2 months ago

I get the point, but maybe “the sky is pink” isn’t the best example of an obvious absurdity.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=pink+sky&t=ipad&iax=images&ia=images

John M
John M
2 months ago

On your “Advice for Christians for the coming decade” video, do you really believe if the church in America just had the correct eschatology that the current situation would have been avoided? It seems to me that there were several issues with the church in America that contributed to our current situation. I think the church for a long time before the sexual revolution failed to discipline sexual immorality. Before that the church failed to discipline pride and greed. Also, the organizational structure of the church in America lends itself to making discipline difficult to execute. If your church disciplines… Read more »

Malachi Tarchannen
Malachi Tarchannen
2 months ago
Reply to  John M

It is perhaps possible to see how all the problems you stated are grounded in an idea that God deals primarily with individuals and not families, generations, and whole covenant communities, which itself is brought on by the idea that the Covenant of Grace doesn’t exist as a continuous thread running throughout the pages of Scripture, leading to the eschatology of individual salvation, individual Spirit-led hunches, and individual interpretation of Scripture. And this “me-centered” theology will always turn into a complete adulteration of the Truth-as-Revealed. No, it is not difficult to conclude that a proper view of Scripture, faithfully preached… Read more »

Jane
Jane
2 months ago
Reply to  John M

“Just having the correct eschatology” is rather like “just having the correct view of gravity.” It goes way beyond being able to recite the nature of gravity so far as it is understood in an exam. It literally affects how you get out of bed in the morning, and everything you do thereafter.