The Best of the Best Around the Net (5/10/10)
The Best of the Best Around the Net links you to blog posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Check out the following links you can trust.
The Testing of Franklin Graham
Al Mohler writes, “Evangelical Christians in the United States had better see a big challenge staring us in the face. Franklin Graham was disinvited by the Pentagon for making statements that are required by faithfulness to the gospel of Christ.” Continue reading.
Historic Biblical Counseling Coalition Meeting
Where the Millennials Find Their Religion
Fox News has a very interesting and somewhat sad report on where young people today are finding their “religion” and meeting their “spiritual needs”: Millennials Increasingly Find Their Religion Online.
It’s Getting Dangerous Out There
While I’ve never before listed the same blogger twice in any one week, this week I make a well-deserved exception. Speaking about the arrest of a preacher in England, Al Mohler writes, “We have seen this coming for some time now. The public space has been closing, especially when it comes to Christian speech — and especially when that speech is about homosexuality.” Continue reading.
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