Combing the Net – 10/6/2010

Helping Families Worship at Home — The podcast of an interview with the founder of an awesome ministry named Seeds Family Worship, which provides resources for families to worship together at home. I can’t stress enough how important I think this is. Dads, lead your family well!

A History of Christian Political Thought in the West — Justin Taylor points out what looks like a really interesting book… which has just been added to my ever-growing wish list.

How to Fight Clean Over Doctrine — Helpful thoughts for engaging in theological discussion with brothers and sisters in Christ who have different doctrinal positions. The fourth point is most important: “Pursue humility with the same passion that you pursue clarity”. Amen.

Rick Warren at the Desiring God Conference — I’m certainly far from Rick Warren’s biggest fan, but I don’t want to vilify the man, either. With all the Warren-bashing that’s been going on over the last several months since John Piper invited Rick Warren to speak at his conference, it’s refreshing to hear someone who can give Warren due credit for the good things he’s accomplished, while still maintaining his doctrinal and ecclesiological differences. You can also watch video of Warren’s conference talk at the end of this post by Adrian Warnock.

More Response to the Christianity Today Article on Al Mohler — The other day I posted Trevin Wax’s response to a less-than-positive portrayal of Mohler in CT Magazine. Here Justin Taylor provides a roundup of several good responses to this article.

Late Modern or Post-Modern? — Tim Keller questions whether we can really say that we are living in a “post-modern” society when so many of the tenets of the period known as “modernity” are still so ingrained in our culture.

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