The Top Five to Live By: The Year End Edition
Today I offer the top 5 posts from around the Christian web in 2011.
Here are 5 blog posts that I think were most important and/or helpful for readers.
5. Relational Ministry
Ed Welch of CCEF has an outstanding post reminding us that soulless ministry is not biblical ministry at all (compare 1 Thessalonians 2:8). Gain from his wisdom in Are We Skilled Counseling Mechanics?
4. Does God Have a Good Heart?
John Piper’s Desiring God ministry blog provides a powerful series of quotes from Martin Luther on relating to God as our gracious, loving heavenly Father. Be encouraged with Abba Father Versus a Wrathful Roar.
3. Evidence for the Resurrection
Justin Taylor posts two videos of Dr. William Lane Craig’s presentation Is There Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus?
2. Wright on Hawking
This has to be a first for me with Five to Live By: linking you to the Washington Post. But there’s a grand reason. N. T. Wright responds to Stephen Hawking’s recent comments about heaven. Read it and learn What Stephen Hawking Doesn’t Understand about Heaven.
1. What’s at Stake?
As usual, Al Mohler cuts to the chase in his response to Rob Bell’s book on hell. Read his take in Universalism as a Lure.
Join the Conversation
Which post from 2011 impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this year that you want to share with others?