This Weekend's Gospel-Centered Blogommendations

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Perhaps you've noticed the lack of weekend blogommendations over the last two weekends. I've been terribly busy with all sorts of divinely arranged trials and tribulations, and have therefore had no time for blog-surfing on my favorite blogs. But here are some excellent slices of God-centeredness to enjoy this weekend.

First, Dave posted this past Monday on The Scandal of God Being Just

"Everyone loves a scandal. Today's tabloids publish yet another Diana scandal (almost eight years after she died...) But there is one scandal the papers always neglect. One that is truly scandalous. One that is truly relevant today." Read more...

Second, did anyone happen to watch the Joel Osteen interview with Larry King Live on CNN last week? If so, Osteen has recently issued a sincere apology about his lack of affirming Christ as the only way of salvation.

"It was never my desire or intention to leave any doubt as to what I believe and Whom I serve," he stated. "I believe with all my heart that it is only through Christ that we have hope in eternal life. I regret and sincerely apologize that I was unclear on the very thing in which I have dedicated my life." Read more at...

Hope this will tide you over for the weekend! And if you've got more time to kill, you need to get involved in a local church!

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