Droopy’s Prison Ministry – You know what? Let’s start this F&J off with a laugh…
Prosecutor, Judge, and Jury of God – Moving onto more serious stuff… Gary Demar offers a biblical critique of Vincent Bugliosi’s new book Divinity of Doubt: “Mr. Bugliosi assumes the existence of God and the ethical system espoused by Christianity to make his case against God in light of the existence of evil.”
Drum Solo – I’m not a big fan of drum solos… but this is pretty neat.
A Jealous Love – Tim Challies writes, “It may seem to us that it is easier and more effective to preach a gospel of universal love—a gospel where God loves and accepts us just as we are. But this is not the gospel of the Bible. Until we know our sin and God’s wrath against it, we cannot know love. Until we know love, we cannot know the Savior.”
Is There Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ? – Shared by Justin Taylor.
As of Today – Newsflash: Eddie Eddings of Calvinistic Cartoons announces the unthinkable – he’s decreasing the frequency of his posts! Learn more about this shocking declaration by clicking the link! Do it, I tells ya!
A Doctrine That Must Be Believed – Food for thought from Kevin DeYoung via Charles Hodge.
First Thoughts – Santiago shares his first thoughts about Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. “Reading this book is like reading a novel, a philosophy textbook, and a religious book packed in 1,200 pages of explicit ideological statements, which, bluntly put, are lies.”
Precious Words, Not Rocks – “Jesus spoke the most precious words ever spoken: ‘Neither do I condemn thee.’ Can you grasp what this means? Can you? ‘He that is without sin…, let him first cast a stone.’ But, He, who was without sin, did not cast a stone!”
Despicable Christians, Unspeakable Grace – Mike Cosper responds to athiest (and well-known British comedian) Ricky Gervais.
“If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found out that it has no meaning: just as, if there were no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes, we should never know it was dark. Dark would be without meaning.” ~ C.S. Lewis