Monthly Archives: April 2012

Was Winnie-the-Pooh a Good Muslim?

“All the evidence so far points to the conclusion that Winnie-the-Pooh was indeed a good Muslim. He took a Muslim name, he bore witness to Allah, he prayed regularly, he fasted and gave generously to the poor, and he completed the hajj more than once. But the evidence is stronger still, showing that Pooh engaged in a number of other important Islamic practices including ritual cleansing (wudu), the eating of clean foods, and the following (and carrying out) of Islamic law (shari’a).” See it at:


The Flight From Conversation

“We are tempted to think that our little “sips” of online connection add up to a big gulp of real conversation. But they don’t. E-mail, Twitter, Facebook, all of these have their places — in politics, commerce, romance and friendship. But no matter how valuable, they do not substitute for conversation.” See it at:

Never say no to Panda!

If you don’t want some now, you better after watching this. See it at:

Good Writing | New Testament Greek

from Teknia blogs See it at:

A Whipped Up Tolerance Mob

“The Left has no sense of proportion, no sense of irony, and no sense of humor. Whenever they propose hate crimes legislation, or anti-bullying legislation, or anti-anything legislation, they are doing so with the full intention of applying their peculiar (and contradictory) understanding of those standards, as soon as they get the chance, as part of a whipped up tolerance-mob.

Filled with hate, they march against hate. Angry at bullying, they bully. In support of free speech, they shout speakers down. Their punishment is that they have to be them.” See it at:

Interview: Why Jane Goodall Thinks Chimps May Have Souls | Movies & TV | Christianity Today

On the spirituality of Chimps: “Since they haven’t had the language to discuss it, it’s trapped within each one of them.”
Postmodernism = intellectual reverse-evolution? See it at:“Close-the-Gap”-Campaign.aspx

Only 1 in 10 missionaries are ministering to the 2.7 billion (1/3 of Global population) unreached (little or no access to the Gospel) peoples of the world.
Now you know. What will you do? See it at:“Close-the-Gap”-Campaign.aspx

A Place to Call Home

Longing and looking for a place to plant our flag. Where will you have us go? Will you have us stay? What is it that I should be looking for? What have you already spoken and I simply ignored?

Ready and willing…. I think… I hope.

The Gospel is Insufficient – Reformation21 Blog

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John Piper

Christianity & Liberalism, $.99 on Amazon. (Thanks Mr. Piper) See it at: