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The 10 Strangest Foods in the Bible– There are hundreds of passages in the Bible that describe food, drink and dining. Many Biblical stories are set within the context of a meal. While most of these are about regular meals, others refer to more bizarre, extreme or supernatural cases of eating and drinking.
Repent Bethel Redding– Spawner and promulgator of The International House of Prayer, Jesus Culture, and any number of other anti-biblical, New Apostolic Reformation organizations and teachings, Bill Johnson’s Bethel Church in Redding, California is a boil on the butt of biblical Christianity. Evangelist Tony Miano demonstrates why at his new web site.
Paul’s Porch– Guys- looking for a Christian community of men to join? Check out Paul’s Porch. “At Paul’s Porch, we are devoted to exhorting each other to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18). Men are welcome to join us on the Porch for discussions on a variety of topics, all of which are filtered only through the lens of Scripture, no exceptions.”
People Are Awesome (Kids Edition)– These kids are pretty awesome, all right!
No, I Won’t Bless the Food– “Will you bless the food?” “No.” My hosts sit there in stunned silence for a moment. Then, with everyone staring at me with awkward, “What do we do now?” looks, I’ll add, “But I’ll be happy to ask the Lord to bless the food.”
30 Hysterical Fast Food Fails– Everyone knows that fast food is, well, not that great. You pretty much get what you pay for and the quality can be, shall we say, rather hit or miss. But as you can see below, when they miss, they miss spectacularly.
You Know They’re Not in Conflict, Right?– It’s probably safe to assume that any time the “religion vs. Jesus” thing comes up, I’m going to wind up annoyed. Some Christian gobbledygook of this persuasion popped up in my Twitter feed the last night, this time on how to use the Bible—find out what it says and follow that, or find out how it points to Jesus and follow him.