And, if you’re a student and you’re trying to figure out if you should skip class today, there’s now a calculator for that. The skipclass calculator claims to offer a “surefire mathematical formula” for determining if you can afford to miss class. HT
Mark Stevens reports that Clark Pinnock passed away yesterday. In his long career, Pinnock taught at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, TEDS, Regent, and McMaster. He was probably best known in recent years for his work on open theism, but he also made important contributions to theological methodology, pneumatology, soteriology, and bibliology.
And, apparently teen sex does not necessarily impact a person’s grades. That’s a relief. I know that as the father of two young daughters, my main concern about the possibility they’d become sexually active as teenagers is that their grades might suffer. Now I can sleep well at night.
Jim West points out Ligionier Academy and R.C. Sproul are beginning their own undergraduate Bible college. Because what the country desperately needs right now is yet another new Bible college. Jim also points out Israel Finklestein’s web site with lots of good resources in archeology and ANE studies.
According to a new study, the “healthist”, “thriving” churches (measured by attendance, growth, and engagement) are likely to have “a high number of small groups, effective lay leadership, faithful pastors, and both traditional and contemporary services.