Information Overload

Church/theology

The conference talks from our church’s Calvin For Today conference have been posted online for your listening enjoyment (stream online or download). I highly recommend them.

The Potency of Right Worship. An exposition of Psalm 97 from Credenda|Agenda, showing its importance for gaining an understanding of right worship. “Right worship occurs when a congregation of God approaches Him, sees Him as He is, and responds rightly, as He has commanded – in joy and glad submission.”

Good reading
Friend, pastor, and former blogging partner Ken has started a new blog with a seminary friend of his (Jeff): The Moose are in Need of Reproof. Some great installments thus far.
I’ve been pleasantly surprised that Dr. Gordon’s book, Why Johnny Can’t Preach: The Media Have Shaped the Messengers has found its way onto several best-book lists this year, including Challies’ and Monergism’s. No, I shamefully haven’t read (or even purchased) this book yet.

Technology

The Hypersocialized Generation. “There is no going back – at least not in terms of retreat. The social universe is a fact of life, and a missiological challenge for the Christian church. We are all Facebookers now.”

News
Just when you thought Lancaster was filled with peaceful, earth-loving Amish folk, this comes along. (Thanks, Mom and Dad Steele for passing this on)
National Geographic’s International Photography Contest. Some breathtaking shots here. My favourites are 7, 10, 11, and 18.
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4 thoughts on “Information Overload

  1. Thanks for the good word. And regarding the Amish Buggy Incident – what an illustration… no matter where we live or how we live, the same sins plague us all.

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