“Nobody can emerge from a careful reading of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians with a privatized gospel. For Ephesians is the gospel of the church. It sets forth God’s eternal purpose to create through Jesus Christ a new society which stands out in bright relief against the somber background of the old world. For God’s […]
Archive | December, 2010
December 30, 2010
Evil vampires that kill people. Nice vampires that live at peace with normal humans by feeding on the blood of area wildlife. Clueless folks who are oblivious to all the above. No, it’s not Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I’m talking about tandem by Tracey Bateman. Now, if you’re like me, seeing vampire fiction at your […]
December 29, 2010
From my family to yours: hope your Christmas and New Year’s celebrations are all kinds of awesome.
December 20, 2010
A Portuguese advertising agency re-imagines the Christmas story unfolding in our social media age. OMG, Joseph playing FarmVille? LOL!
December 18, 2010
I’m speechless. Could you help a brother out by providing a suggestion for a caption to go with this photo of kids wearing matching bacon outfits? Make it hilarious, and leave it in the comments below.
December 10, 2010
I’ve always maintained that men don’t like cats. But this photo shows that there may be some feline-loving dudes out there after all. Let me hear from you guys. Do real men like cats? Or is the appeal limited to heavily scarred criminal masterminds?
December 8, 2010
The Johnny Cash Project is a global collaborative art project that brings people together from around the world to create a music video for “Ain’t No Grave,” the final audio recording of the legendary performer. The “portrait” continues to be painted … you can learn about , and contribute to, the innovative effort here.
December 6, 2010
Travel can be a tricky undertaking. What kind of traffic will you encounter on the interstate? Will you have to submit to one of those embarrassing full-body scans going through airport security? Will ruffians attack you with a prehistoric cave lion when you show up for a 19th-century archaeological dig in Egypt? If you’ve encountered […]