Weekend Web Watch 16 March 2013

March 16, 2013

In this WWW: Five theses on anti-intellectualism; “The Anti-Beatitudes, as taught by Satan”; fundamentals for a new reformation; “single, satisfied, and sent: mission for the not-yet-married”; cautions before engaging in controversy; the gospel and Biblical theology in poetry; and more conference media. Read the rest of this entry »


Weekend Web Watch 10 March 2013

March 10, 2013

In this WWW: What’s the point of marriage? — three books on marriage; ten sure signs we’ve lost our minds; word studies; Dr Tim McGrew on the reliability of the gospels; why the afterlife bores us; reading; Christians in business; preparing for suffering; and conference media from Ligonier and Desiring God. Read the rest of this entry »


Weekend Web Watch 17 February 2013

February 17, 2013

In this WWW: Ten reasons youth leave church; “How can I tell if I’m called to pastoral ministry?”; advice on parenting young kids; poets and theologians; Stuart Townend asks, “Do we really need more worship songs?”; and Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor played on the glass harp.

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Weekend Web Watch 3 February 2013

February 3, 2013

In this WWW: Desiring God (Machen style); McGrath on his new biography on CS Lewis; John Donne’s “A hymn to God the Father”; Proclamation Trust audio archives free to download; John Lennox in Cape Town; How much do I need to know to be saved?; three dangers of social media; why churches should disciple college-age students; why the Psalms start as they do; and William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg debate whether faith in God is reasonable.

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Weekend Web Watch 19 January 2013

January 19, 2013

In this WWW: Science and Christianity; how C.S. Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia, and how we should read them; theology and doxology belong together; the danger of mission statements; and Leonard Cohen’s song Hallelujah gets a lease on new life. Read the rest of this entry »


Weekend Web Watch 5 January 2013

January 5, 2013

In this WWW:  Seven reasons to like Matt Redman’s 10 000 Reasons; free audiobook of Roger Resler’s Compelling Interest: The real story behind Roe v. Wade, and other resources on abortion; the critics aren’t happy about Mumford & Sons; lectures on CS Lewis; and how to start a pastoral training programme in your church.

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Weekend Web Watch 29 December 2012

December 29, 2012

This is the first post of 2012 (yes, i know…), and also the first in a new feature on this blog.  The intention is that it be a Weekly Web Watch, but calling it Weekend Web Watch will probably turn out to be more accurate…  i follow a lot of different blogs and websites, and so here i plan to offer a round-up of recent findings around the Web which i have found significant, helpful, encouraging, challenging, or just plain quirky, as well as perhaps some older treasures.

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