Here’s a small salad of interesting reads you can find on the interwebs. Well worth a few clicks, I’d say.
- Community. It’s a word that gets thrown a lot. Community is all about connecting with others. Cohesion. Co-operation. It’s a good thing. In fact, our church’s summary goal is Growing a Christ-centred Community. But how, as a church, do you “achieve” community? This post suggests that community is something you find when you’re not really looking for it.
- Here are some easy ways to share your faith with others. Some good, practical tips.
- Here’s a very heavy, but insightful read from theologian and philosopher David Bentley Hart. In it, he critically examines the views expressed by atheist thinker Daniel Dennett in his new book From Bacteria to Bach and Back – a book exploring the origin of human consciousness. Worth a slow read, then re-read.
- How does a conservative intellectual handle biased left-leaning journalism? This article points us to a recent interview featuring Canadian professor Jordan Peterson. You can watch the interview itself, and see how Peterson handles himself (and his interviewer) admirably.
That’s all for now.
Very soon, we’ll have an update on the stuff our church is doing this year. Watch this space!