Best of the Rest w/e 24 May 2013 image

Best of the Rest w/e 24 May 2013

You know the drill by now. Here's the stuff that's caught our eyes this week. Share and enjoy.

Are Bill Craig’s arguments for God’s existence totally nonsensical? It would seem not. Classic.

Roger Olson asks, “Where the devil is Satan in contemporary Christianity?” A great question.

On the importance of getting your facts straight: “When we say things like ‘the divorce rate for Christian couples and non-Christian couples is the same,’ we give the impression that Christ makes no difference in our lives and in our marriages. That is offensive to the work of the Spirit in us and simply not true.”

A case for man/woman marriage in less than two minutes.

This is a couple of years old, but I only stumbled upon it this week: “Our work as Christian leaders is to cultivate thriving communities that are foretastes of the kingdom of God. The Acts of the Apostles pressures us to see six features that are the essence of the church.”

Even when adjusted for income levels, tithers are more generous, more debt-free, and wealthier than non-tithers, a report from the US’s Church Law and Tax group finds.

Sam Storms responds to this week’s tragedy in Oklahoma, and Danny Webster finds hope in one woman’s response to the killing of a soldier in London.

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