Europe Considers Its Own Nuclear Deterrent
The fact that this question is even being raised and discussed is a sign that there are a lot of nervous people in the corridors of power. It’s a false sense of security if you believe Nuclear weapons will never be used just because they haven’t been used for 70 years.
Would Jesus be a gentrifier?
This is a really interesting look at how churches have engaged in their communities. It’s interesting how their efforts are seen and portrayed.
Indeed, it’s not surprising that the metropolitan, left-leaning milieu of Stokes Croft is a petri dish for new types of Christianity. The politically and ethically self-aware locals are obsessed with authenticity and anti-corporatism, as are charismatics and evangelicals. Evangelism thrives on localism, on the notion that if you do your bit, the universe will take care of itself. Grow your own veg; grow your own relationship with Christ. Shop local, pray local.
All eyes on Malmö, but not because of Trump
Malmö has had a bad time of it recently but I have friends who live and love the city of Malmö.
Home to just 330,000 people — one third of whom are foreign-born — Malmö attracted more startup investment than any other non-capital in Scandinavia in 2016, according to Nordic Tech List.
On that note, if you’re interested in church planting in Malmö, let me know.
The Gospel of Mark: Word for WORD Bible Comic
I’ve featured the Word for WORD Bible Comic before and now they’ve launched a new Kickstarter campaign to produce the Gospel of Mark. You can see one of the images in the featured image. Consider giving it your support.
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