19 August 2011

This 'n' That

It's been a very...strange week. It started with this, which led to this, and then this. It is definitely time for the weekend! But, before you start planning that big Saturday morning breakfast for tomorrow, here's your week in review (kind of):
  • I remember when Buffy, the Vampire Slayer was at the peak of its popularity. So when I saw this headline, I thought that there was a new, knock-off television drama hitting the airwaves. Nope. Turns out "Qualified Teenage Demon Slayers" is a new job title. Seriously, you can't make this stuff up. The End Time blog offers a good commentary on this demon slayer debacle.
  • Jesse Johnson wrote a great article at The Cripplegate earlier this week entitled "Dispensationalism, Keller, and the Poor" about the errors of elevating a gospel of social justice over and above the true biblical Gospel. My favorite quote: "The Bible simply never commands the church to give anything to the poor of the world, other than the gospel." Amen.
    • BREAKING NEWS!! Exercise improves your health. Seriously, who paid for this research to be done? In other news, eating food helps you live longer than if you starve yourself. Honestly.
    • Sound Doctrine, Sound Words:

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