This news is certainly not a good thing for the Church of England. I absolutely do not know what would happen if the US governments started implementing these types of things. I could only assume that faithful churches would end up going underground. But thankfully that time is not yet upon us and hopefully will not be upon us any time soon.
Pray that this many finds the judgment of God on his life so that he will repent and stop his deadly sinning.
What do you think the Church of England should do?
For those of you who do not know who Michael J. Behe is… I recommend you visit this website and purchase this book to read. It will be very helpful if you are interested in understanding where scientists are going these days, especially since they are going away from Darwin.
Most of you have seen the new reports and seen the raw video footage of the bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, collapsing into the river and killing many people who were driving across it. Though the details of why the structure collapsed in a material sense are not known, we do know why the structure collapsed and why it is that so many people were killed and injured.
For those of you who do not know what I’m referring to, please listen to John Piper’s message overlaid on the video footage from their video team that went out last night after the bridge collapsed. His ministry and church are within only a couple of minutes of where the bridge collapsed and several of the people who work for Desiring God drove across that bridge ever day.
Pray for their ministry and that they will have great opportunities to share this message and the reality of God’s love for this sinful place in the coming days and months of recovery and reconstruction that will take place right in their home town.
Here is a good web site dealing with history and Christianity. I encourage you all to check it out and see what you can find. If there’s something there that you think would be helpful for us to read about, please come back and post a comment on this blog entry sharing the link and what you thought about it.
A short broadcast for historical renewal is available for download: