Reflections on Bonhoeffer’s, “Life Together”/ #1

Bonhoeffer in a concentration camp For anyone who knows me even just a little bit. Then you know how much I love reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer. I think he was one of the greatest theological minds to have ever lived, and yet he died at such an early age (hung at 39),...

Hmmm…

Phillip Johnson, over at Pyromaniac had this to say about me on Friday, July 29th. Rhett Smith is the very model of a postmodern college minister. It’s interesting to watch him wrestle with evangelical faddism from the paradigm of a young emerging church leader....

The Three R’s of Missions

Tod Bolsinger, who is a great author, and the pastor down at San Clemente Presbyterian Church, has been doing a great series on missions, and looking at what he considers to be the three R’s: Relationship, Reflection, Reintegration. This is an important series,...

Fads and Trends in Church and Evangelicalism

Evangelical Outpost has an interesting blog entry today, referring to another series of blog entries by Phil Johnson. There seems to be a discussion going on over what they consider to be fads and trends in evangelicalism, or I would say the Church as a whole. They...

A couple new articles and a book on sex…

Christianity Today has a couple of interesting new articles on the topic of sex. Both articles are written by Lauren F. Winner, who has just published Real Sex: The Naked Truth About Chastity. The Brave New Case for Chastity 3 Fibs and a Truth About...

What is an athlete? Is cycling a sport? Is Lance the greatest ever? Well, I’m pretty sure that the Apostle Paul, if living today, would have been blogging about this, and drawing analogies from it to compare to the Christian faith.

What is an athlete? This is a question I have been thinking a lot about these last few weeks, mainly because it is a question that a lot of people are raising. Every year it seems, without fail, after Lance Armstrong claims another Tour de France victory, the debate...