One thing is clear: someone is guilty. Little girls don’t end up duct-taped and garbage-bagged in the woods all by themselves
I’m going to cheat with this entry; the article is posted at the Review’s website: http://www.adventistreview.org/article.php?id=4491
There are few people who enjoy social media as much as I do.
There’s a story in Acts 14 where Paul and Barnabas – through the power of God – heal a crippled man in the city of Lystra. It results in religious pandemonium: the citizens of the city, stunned by what they’ve witnessed, make a rather unfortunate decision to worship the disciples as incarnated pagan gods. As far as evangelistic outreach is concerned, it’s a bit of a disaster.
In recent years, I’ve heard a number of people suggest that public evangelistic meetings – of the “old fashioned” prophetic sort – are no longer a means of reaching the modern world. I struggle to believe it, at least on one important count: in spite of what my children might suggest, I am not so old that I could not be considered part of the “modern world.” I am tech-savvy, culturally aware, widely read, and well-educated – and it was public evangelistic meetings that pulled me into the Adventist church
The Bible is, to put it mildly, a big book. Big – and deep. Because it reveals an infinite God, there is no end to the Bible’s subject matter.
Since health concerns forced me to step down from It Is Written , I’ve really missed sharing Christ with the many thousands of people who used to catch my daily webcast, A Better Way to Live. While this blog is a rather muted form of expression by comparison, it is a place for me to share what is on my heart