Do Not Be Surprised…This ‘n’ That (03 January 2014)


  • Is Perry Noble an entrepreneurial genius?
  • Because you can never have too many links to the ridiculous in your weekly This ‘n’ That.
  • Here’s a list of eight kinds of commenters in the Christian blogosphere. Actually, I think my list would look quite a bit different.
  • Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
  • R.C. Sproul’s commentary on the book of John is free this month.
  • If you’ve ever owned a cat, you know this is true.
  • My public school science teachers often showed us videos of well-known evolutionist ‘Billy Nye the Science Guy.’ (Gotta love public school.) Next month, Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis will be debating Bill Nye. I’d kind of like to see that.
  • I was looking forward to watching the Tournament of Roses Parade this year. Until I heard about this. Needless to say, I didn’t bother to watch.
  • Contemplating unity and division.
  • Francis Chan appeared this past week as a speaker at IHOP’s OneThing conference. If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you already know why that should be a concern.
  • Dr. Michael Brown has been one of the most outspoken critics of the Strange Fire conference and book. He was excited to announce yesterday that he had taped several shows with infamous charlatan Benny Hinn. Is it just me, or does that kind of make it difficult to take any of his criticisms seriously?
  • The Mennonite Church USA has ordained its first openly gay pastrix.
  • The purposes of God in your pursuit of godliness:


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