Each Friday, we share links we found especially interesting or inspiring during the previous week.
A Bible study sabotaged? Peter Krol directs our attention to C.S. Lewis to answer this question, in "How to Sabotage a Bible Study."
Bring the Enemy’s word out to be dissected, examined, and (if at all possible) critiqued — but make sure to divide the three strands. They must never read devotionally, theologically, and ethically all togetherMy hermeneutics professor likes to say: "Every time you crack open the Book, you're face to face with God." He doesn't see it as a legitimate thing to say there is no devotional reading of Scripture.
Two links to two podcasts:
White Horse Inn - Mystical Views of God & Salvation (Specifically Christian universalism)
Theology Gals - Mysticism, We Don't Need YouRebecca:
One way to help your children engage with Scripture: Inductive Bible Study Is Not Just for Adults.
The Encourage Podcast featuring Life-giving Leadership from Susan Hunt
Also, Michelle Lesley discusses why women preaching is a primary doctrine issue (unlike baptism, which is secondary)