There's been a flurry of really good reads lately that others should check out if they don't already know about them.
David Flowers blog "The Centrality and Supremacy of Jesus Christ" is one of my favorites to read and he's been posting more regularly recently. I feel like he and I would recognize each other's spiritual journeys well. He's also a former Southern Baptist who has become more convinced of an Anabaptist spirituality as the way forward in a post-Christendom society. Here's some recent articles:
Finding the Naked Anabaptist - On Stuart Murrays book of the same title.
Anabaptist Core Convictions
Is the Pledge Good for Our Kids? - An examination of what allegiance, oaths flags and nationalism really mean. The video is humorous as well.
Jumping Over Jesus - How Christians sometimes use scripture to justify what they want to be true rather than what Scripture says they should do or believe.
David Fitch is an Anabaptist missiologist at Northern Seminary and bi-vocational pastor of Life on the Vine Church. He's a valuable and challenging voice that I regularly enjoy learning from. Here's a couple of recent articles by him of note:
Mega Churches Steal Sheep: My Ongoing Debate With Ed Stetzer
Is the Gospel the Center of the Church or is Jesus? Dialoguing with Tim Keller’s Center Church
Bruxy Cavey, the Anabaptist Vision and Mission
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