Beginning today, June 17th, I will no longer be updating this blog. The domain will remain in effect until next January, when it will expire.
With my busy schedule, I just do not have the time anymore to run my own blog. I will continue blogging as a contributor over at Unsettled Christianity. I will continue to blog on theology (especially bad theology) and culture over there.
All of us Whovians are eagerly awaiting official news concerning the announcement of the next Doctor.
According to The Telegraph, the role has been offered to Rory Kinnear.
The Mirror, however, reports that no decision has been made.
Matt Smith, the current Doctor, is leaving the show in the Christmas special.
This Just In:
Steve Fletcher has been proven to be a fraud as he joins the ranks of those with failed rapture predictions. Still no word from the “prophet” himself.
That is all!
It’s just after 4 pm PST in Seattle, and this is your rapture update.
It is just after midnight on June 7th in Spain, France, and the United Kingdom. Guess what, no sign of the rapture. No comment yet from the failed prophet himself, Steve Fletcher. I’ll do one more update tomorrow morning, but I’m calling this one busted. Guess his “Bible lock” isn’t as accurate as he thought…
- June 6 Rapture? (theonerd.com)
Over the past few weeks, we have heard a lot of ridiculous things concerning what Christians can and cannot do.
It started off with, David Barton says Christians can’t drink Starbucks.
And now, there is this whole debate as to whether or not Christians can watch shows like Game of Thrones.
I don’t read much from Christian Piatt, but I think he nails it in his latest Huffington Post article.
Seriously, enough already. This is turning into a new legalism. See, if something is inherently anti-Christian and one participates in said thing, then one’s salvation is at risk. However, I do not think that drinking Starbucks or watching Game of Thrones will throw one’s salvation into question. It is nothing more than adiaphora. Just the latest in a rising tide of bad theology.