Round the Sphere Again
What's new on the missionary blog front?
- Tim of Mission Safari is letting us in on some of the everyday problems he faces as a missionary in Kenya, like rude drivers who make road travel dangerous, rising fuel costs and the declining American dollar that conspire together to make living much more expensive for his family, and lack of regard for human life.
- Carla at Reflections of the Times is collecting a whole list of Da Vinci related resources. Why don't you hop on over there and do your reading (and listening) from her listed links?
- At Real Clear Theology, you'll newly posted reflections on Philippians 1:3-6 as part of the Bible study series on the book of Philippians. I'm enjoying this series, especially since I recently found my notes from the Bible study I did of Philippians a few years ago. I used a system of study very similar to the one suggested for this series, by the way.
- I've been making my way through this series of sermons on the atonement by Ton Ferrell of Arlington Presbyterian Church that I found recommended at Reformation Theology. The sermons get my thumbs-up, too.
- Once in a blue moon, I've been known to kick up my heels. For instance, I thought it was entertaining to go through this list of best known philosophical sentences at Siris to see which ones I'm familiar with. And yes, I do know it's a nearly two year old post, but I missed it back then.
- And hey....just keep your eye on the far right lane.
- How about "why do authors write ambiguously?" The answer, of course, depends on what the searcher means by that question.