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May 2011

Theological Conversations

On May 1, respected author and speaker John Piper sat down with Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church. Piper quizzed Warren on the doctrine surrounding his book, “Purpose Driven Life.” Piper presents Warren with direct and relevant questions about his influences, why he wrote the book, and how he defends the declarations he makes. Watch as Piper and Pastor Rick discuss topics such as the glory of God, whether negative life circumstances are caused by God, and more. This informative and inspiring interview gives deeper insight in to the author and pastor. http://blog.pastors.com/piperinterview/ Embedded media from <a href=”http://saddleback.com/mc/m/337DB”>Saddleback Media Center</a>http://bit.ly/jsZBxf

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Interview with David Allen

David Allen talks about the importance of getting stuff off your mind in this interview with Mike Sullivan of M.O. Mike: Let me ask you this. How important is it to follow this system exactly as you’ve outlined? I read the book a few years ago. I’ve implemented the system. I’m probably not using it to its fullest. What’s your perspective on that? David: Well, you either want nothing on your mind or you want to keep stuff on your mind. If you want nothing on your mind, you absolutely must rigorously download everything that is potentially meaningful, decide the

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SBC Fault Lines

This is one of the first articles where a “win-win” or an “in-Christ” option in settleing “fault lines” within the SBC.  I have been reading about cooperation and the pursuit of truth for a long time, and it usually seems that people talk past each other instead of with each other realizing that while they may disagree on  secondary or tertiary doctrines, we don’t need to elevate them to essential doctrines that would cause us to separate over everything.   Nathan Fin wrote a great article on how a church can cooperate:  With Whom Can My Church Cooperate? In the Article Dr. Steve Lemke wrote that the SBC landscape includes several points of contention that

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Glenn Leatherman

I am first of all a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ. I affirm Evangelical Christian beliefs as well as  Gospel driven in philosophy of ministry. I am married to Ann and am raising 2 wonderful boys – Jonathan and Andrew. My purpose is to build disciplemaking disciples that are becoming fishers of men in fully displaying of God’s Glory in all things. Learn more

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