Here is a list of what I consider the best articles on the World Wide Web I came across in 2010:
http://www.worldchallenge.org/node/10122- David Wilkerson on the subtle trap that ensnares Christians so that they don't become all that God wants them to be.
http://doctor.claudemariottini.com/2010/07/to-pray-or-not-to-pray.html- Dr. Claude Mariottini on praying for Christopher Hitchens.
http://chronicillnessandchristianfaith.blogspot.com/2010/04/difficult-people.html- While this short poem by Dr. Doug Groothuis is written from the view point of the chronically ill, I found it helpful in dealing with healthy but difficult people.
http://www.rogereolson.com/2010/08/07/changing-the-subject-church-music/- Dr. Roger E. Olson believes the decline in exposure to hymnody has resulted in a decline in theological knowledge as well as knowledge of Biblical imagery.
http://arminiantoday.blogspot.com/2010/08/do-you-pray-for-lost.html- Roy Ingle points out that one test of our own salvation is whether we pray for the lost.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2010/november/27.40.html- The most balanced article I have seen on why young people leave the Church.
http://blog.beliefnet.com/bibleandculture/2010/01/haiti---a-case-study-for-theodicy.html- The most significant event this year was probably the earthquake in Haiti. While I am not in agreement with everything written in this article, I did find this these reflections on the event by Dr. Ben Witherington to be the the most theologically sound.
Monday, December 27, 2010
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