Now all we need is a CRC e-harmony.
Just wondering if anyone has gotten a chance to read Mark Driscoll's take on doctrine according to a Reformed perspective: "Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe"?
Has anyone else read this book? I found it very exciting and challenging but haven't heard much discussion of it within the CRC circles in spite of it being on a few Top 2009 lists.
We're reading through and discussing N.T. Wright's book, "Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church." Has anyone else read this book with a group from church? I'm curious to hear about how other's feel Wright's theology .
We've recently done some demographic work in our church and have realized that the following categories of people make up almost 50% of our people altogether:Singles (traditional un-married sense) Spiritually single (married but spouses are not attending church at all and/or are not...