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Wednesdays on the Web (21/12)

A Tip for Husbands Erik Raymond offers this über-practical, easy, fast tip for husbands who are looking for another way to show their wife they love and care for them. Personally, I’m on board. What Does the X in Xmas Mean? I see this pop up year after year on social media. The Christian community is exclusively concerned with this apparently critical issue; with often polarising outcomes. Read as R. C. Sproul gives a logical, level-headed take on the scandalous X. A Must for Christmas Reading I’ve only recently come across Kim’s blog, but I’m loving her style (I mostly love it because it’s different to mine). Having read the book she’s recommending earlier this year myself, I wholeheartedly agree, and I love that she’s…

Wednesdays on the Web (14/12)

14 Words of Advice for Guest Preachers Sam Bierig offers these punchy pointers for the times when you may be extended an invitation to preach at a church other than your own. Adhere to these, and you just might get asked to come back again. Don’t Take Your Religion So Seriously “I have no religious beliefs.  None…. There’s a better word for what I am: an apatheist.  It’s a neologism that fuses ‘apathy’ and ‘theism.’ It means someone who has absolutely no interest in the question of a god’s (or gods’) existence, and is just as uninterested in telling anyone else what to believe.” Ryan Dueck from Wondering Fair ponders the plausibility of this statement by a Canadian journalist offering apathy as an alternative religious worldview.…