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Marble’s Monday Menagerie 03.26.12

Pretty awe inspiring time lapse video of Yosemite.

I have heard it said that no other game can draw out the true character of a person than golf. This writer seems to agree.

A fun article on scribes of the bible and the additional notes they scribbled in the margins of the text.

In the vein and of the ilk of Clive Staples Lewis, a poignant writ about how to destroy a pastor.

Immature Christ followers get confused about temptation and sin.  Unless it is thought through, the former can be confused with the latter.

I almost wrote this article a while back.  When should a leader shut something down? How does one deal with sacred cows?

The epitome of dry humor.

Marble’s Monday Menagerie 03.12.2012

It is hard to narrow down my list every week.

Sometimes busyness can keep us from seeing simple things.

The Jewish holiday Purim was recently celebrated.  The current Israeli Prime Minister doesn’t want anyone to forget the Persians (read Iranians) nearly wiped them all out once in history and doesn’t it to happen again.

A great article on scriptural support for the celebration of Christian Calendar year.

Tom Rainer is such a rich resource for pastoral encouragement.

Is there enough awareness of Joseph Kony.

Do we have our facts straight on Joseph Kony.

The compact world of crowded city life of the Japanese.

Marble’s Monday Menagerie 04.04.12

My seminary friend writes blogs of a more erudite nature.  This one is on the Biblical veracity of church membership.

For all you math geeks and lovers who find Fibonacci sequence proof of the existence of an intelligent creator God.

I will walk or take the train while in Poland.

There is nothing worse than talking to people who don’t know how to talk to people.

Even Richard Dawkins has to reconcile the fact the universe is something rather than nothing.

Pastors, be available for your church.

I wonder if the Iranian regime will listen.

Chase Kingdom things.