JivinJehoshaphat (gotta LOVE that name) has a multi-part series about How Pro-Choicers Argue
(the link is to part 5, but there are links in that post to the other parts as well). We should be knowledgeable about how our opponents think and debate, so that we can work more effectively against them. This is a great series -- read it from the beginning, and use it!
Along the same lines, Proverbs Daily has a series about the sanctity of human life
. He's up to part 3 right now, with four more parts to the series. This time of year, it seems that we focus on the abortion issue a lot. We all need to take advantage of those who are posting this material, and use it all year round.
The Grey Shadow blogs about bloggers, and being transparant
. This has a lot to do with Christians especially, and how we blog -- with humility.
Matt Hall talks about unmortified sin
-- and how as Christians we walk a fine line between our quest for a holy life and the pit of legalism. The Bible commands us to live holy lives, but we are so often worried about becoming legalistic that we don't live as we are commanded to. There's a happy medium, and that lies in obedience to God and His commands.
Head over to Bobby Griffith's blog, where he's talking about Christians and our need to use the Old Testament
. We owe it to ourselves to read and study the OT -- if for no other reason than the fact that it was the Bible the disciples and Christ read from. The Old Testament is not the "lesser Testament" -- it is just as inspired as the New, and it containts treasure that Christians are forgetting to mine.
Echo Zoe is blogging Oswald Chambers
. This is stuff that every Christian should be familiar with -- and even if you are, it never hurts to read it again. And again. Chambers doesn't get old to me.