You are busy
I want to honor that
Therefore, I seek to be BRIEF, ENCOURAGING, THOUGHT-PROVOKING and at times HUMOR will hopefully find its rightful place
SAMPLING OF TOPICS:
What Coffee Taught Me about Homosexuality
John Calvin Blogs about John Wesley
Dallas Seminary Pastors Don’t Teach the Bible
“Business Books” and Their Common Errors (Part One of Lots)
Cynical about Cynicism
Interpreting Scripture in a Climate-Controlled Study
John Adams Punches Tom Paine in the Nose
Loathsome, Christian Jargon
My Dinner Party for Augustine and a Few (Modern) Evangelical Leaders
Pooping Elephants, Mowing Weeds
Rob Bell Redux
The Marriage of Scot McKnight and Justin Taylor
The Worst Reader of the Bible in the World
Why the Business World Needs More Philosophers and Poets
Your Family is not Your Hobby
Your web page looks real dandy.
I would love to read about “What Coffee Taught Me about Homosexuality”.
Dave Moore makes all of us think – better, longer, and deeper. Given the shallow directions our world is heading, we can only be thankful for Dave’s great ministry. But I don’t know why he posts such strange photos of himself.
Nothing strange at all Randy…ponderous and penetrating with a bit of japery!
I’m waiting…(for the great stuff heading our way 🙂
I don’t blog well. I like the brief, encouraging and humorous part. The ‘thought provoking’ part hurts my head. God bless you (us) brother.
So how long will it take before we see you address some of these topics? “Dallas Seminary Pastors Don’t Teach the Bible” sounds controversial. Are you planning a critique of DTS?
Thanks Larry, but I don’t believe it. I have heard your questions and musings enough to know you think just fine!
Hey John, I can’t give away the details yet, but that post will most likely be in the first month.
I will be watching for it every day.
I look forward to reading your posts. You do a terrific job (usually) of boiling down a tremendous amount of history and theology into a very careful and thoughtful summary. I hope one of your posts addresses the difference between biblical authority and biblical interpretation. It seems like many discussions regarding biblical truth often degenerate into one side asserting that they believe the bible more than the other side when they are simply confusing interpretation and authority.
I’m curious about “Cynical about Cynicism.” It reminds me of the old bumper sticker “I hate mean people.”
All I will say for now is that it has something to do with not being God!
In the light of William Buckley’s comment about you – the next book could be Glandular Christianity.
Looking forward to more engaging! Your posts are very intriguing and thought-provoking. I have encouraged others to take a look at your website and use your material to engage with others about life.
Peace to you.
I look forward to following your posts. You are always thought-provoking but charitable in your writings. I have used your Ecclesiastes commentary in my home Bible study group recently and it was especially helpful in drawing out the practical applications of the Word.
Anxiously awaiting your blog. Always enjoy your thoughts and opinions on matters.
Look forward to the interesting topics of discussion. Your thoughts and wisdom have always been eye opening for me and help put things in perspective.
In addition I just couldn’t resist…to the first topic I tend to like my coffee straight
Hope I can go to sleep, I’m excited! Tomorrow is the big day!
Ok, not that excited, but excited!