Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt, Free for CAPC Members
In Gospel Fluency, Jeff Vanderstelt wants to help every believer speak the gospel in the stuff of everyday life.
Andy Crouch on the secular gospel of Steve Jobs. And while it’s only been a week since Jobs’ death, and the elegies and remembrances are still rolling in, some have begun looking at the darker side of Steve Jobs’ legacy.
Why do we trust the judgment of natural scientists (e.g., physicists) more than the judgment of social scientists (e.g., economists)?
Alex Knapp on the “unnecessary conflict between evangelicalism and science”.
Does technology make it too easy to make beautiful-looking movies and TV shows?
I never thought I’d want a cookbook until I found out about this cookbook inspired by George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series.
One evangelical leader argues that Mormonism is not a cult.
Someone stole an entire bridge in Pennsylvania.
G.K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy is my favorite book ever, so I was quite happy to come across yet another wonderful and insightful synopsis.
Notes on the return of one of the weirdest, brilliantest and most sensitivest folk-rocker in our little square of history, Ryan Adams.
Classy article on why men ought to get dressed up when they go out on the town.
Loved this blogger’s thoughts on the practical inadequacy of social Darwinism: “I reject the idea that humans are no more than animals. I reject it, reject it, reject it.”
I wrote a review of The Binding of Isaac for Paste Magazine–its a game about child abuse. Also, Pat Gann interviewed Edmund McMillen, the creator of the game on his podcast (the interview can be found at the 45th minute).
Game Church has posted a Christian Defense of Video Games.
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