Monday, November 26, 2007

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Aw, yeah. A little Delfonics action for you this fine Monday morning. And here are some quality links to get your week started off right . . .

Mark Dever favors an excerpt from Bob Kauflin's book Worship Matters, and this quote -- "You shouldn't work at a church you wouldn't attend" -- is a personal commitment of mine. I turned down a student ministry job right after we moved to Nashville for that very reason.
Good advice in the age of professionalized ministry.

Ed Stetzer continues his series on missiology with a good post on cultural engagement. How far is too far?

Out of Ur reviews a stop on Rob Bell's "the gods aren't angry" tour.

Trevin Wax with the blogger coup of a lifetime: An Interview with N.T. Wright
Lots of good stuff there.

Happy surfing!

2 comments:

Jen said...

Thanks for the link on the Rob Bell tour review. What that writer said about Bell's speaking style is so true - he's compelling and makes you really think about what he's saying and what you think you know or don't know. I think that's why he's such a lightning rod for controversy.

Bill said...

I've never read Bell, but the whole "God wasn't really angry at us, and Jesus came to show us that" . . . doesn't that seem kinda backwards of the truth?

I'm no theologian . . .