The Theology of Monsters
Summary: Since we are in the month of October, I thought it would be nice to introduce you to a blog series by Richard Beck written back in 2009 on The Theology of Monsters. Here is the first installation and you can click through and view them all.
Read more at: http://bit.ly/TheologyofMonsters
Digitally mine from: experimentaltheology.blogspot.com
Gen Z’s Biggest Legacy: Has Social Media Hacked a Generation?
Summary: “To put more security into our social media identities than in our worth as children of God is to ignore completely who we were made to be.”
Read more at: http://bit.ly/HackingGenZ
Digitally mined from: www.christandpopculture.com
Wesley Didn’t Say It: Persistence and Preaching
Summary: John Wesley is often misquoted or has his quotes taken out of context. This article takes one of the more popular “quotes” and gives a much clearer insight into it.
Read more at: http://bit.ly/JohnWesleyPreaching
Digitally mined from: hackingchristianity.net
A preacher plumbs the art of the sermon by yielding the pulpit to passers-by
Summary: “A pulpit is often regarded as a sacred and in many ways exclusive space. Most religions allow only the ordained to speak to congregants from this place. Ordinary voices seldom have access to the power of the pulpit…Steve Norman wants to change that.
Read more at: http://bit.ly/PassingPreacher
Digitally mined from: www.religionnews.com