Beyond simply advertising the sermon series, this door hanger alerts recipients to Elevation's Sunday evening service. Now you can "experience the same engaging music and powerful preaching" that is offered on Sunday mornings "without missing any of the things you love about Sundays!" Of course, there is nothing inherently wrong with attending church on Sunday evening. It is unfortunate, however, that this was advertised such that it seemed to imply that what a Christian should "love about Sunday" is not first and foremost worship of the Lord and fellowship with the brethren. Let's face it, we all have Sundays when we're not all that excited about going to church. If we are in a Bible-believing, Bible-teaching, Gospel-proclaiming church, however, let's hope that's not the norm.
The good news is that your weekly This 'n' That doesn't have to get in the way of your previously scheduled activities. So please hang up your "Do Not Disturb My This 'n' That" door hanger, sit back and enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Oh, Oreo. You had me up until this tweet.
- Personally, I'm not a fan of Nancy Leigh DeMoss. Now we find that she recently recommended the work of mystic Richard Foster.
- The Cripplegate asks if biblical theology is dangerous.
- Take note: do not fly with your family member's ashes. Unless you never really liked that relative.
- J.C. Philpot on the spirit of error.
- Dan Phillips discusses Olson and limited atonement.
- C'mon, did you really think Phillips would say it all in one post? Here's part two.
- I'm glad the Muslim Brotherhood isn't anti-Semitic. Oh, wait...
- Why baptized lions and talking crosses didn't make it into your Bible.
- Personally, I'm partial to this message that was preached by John MacArthur at the first session of Resolved. I recently heard him preach it elsewhere, but he seemed to have an extra infusion of zeal when he preached it last week: