Welcome to the April 20, 2011 edition of Christian Carnival! There are two categories in this carnival: Apologetics and Theological Issues, and Devotionals and Advice. Enjoy!
Apologetics and Theological Issues
Barry Wallace presents Something most Southern Baptists never hear posted at who am i?, saying, “J.C. Ryle makes a number of statements in his classic book ‘Holiness’ which I think make some Christians uncomfortable. I mention one of them in this post.”
Kaleb presents Defending the Christian Faith posted at W2W Soul: Windows to The Woman’s Soul, saying, “For the past two years I have been building a relationship with two of my colleagues and in so doing sharing my faith with them when given the opportunity.”
Chris Brooks presents Using the JW Bible to Prove the Deity of Christ posted at Homeward Bound. Chris is referring to showing JWs that their New World Translation still contains references to Christ’s deity, despite their attempts to remove them. It should be noted that they did not remove John 1:1, merely adapted it so that instead of saying “the Word was God” it says “the Word was a god.”
Devotionals and Advice
Khaleef presents Everything In This World Is Liable To Change! posted at Faithful With A Few, saying, “We shouldn’t get too caught up in the things of this world. They are all temporal and subject to change at any moment. This goes for both possessions and circumstances as well!”
Jason Price presents The Biggest Lie of Leadership saying, “The Bible offers an important message on leadership and how good leaders are never alone.”
loswl presents Amazing Love posted at INSPIKS, saying, “The Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ is truly the wonder of all wonders. It seems that the more we know our God the more we realize there is so much more we don’t know.”
Duke Taber presents Home on the Range – How you can be happy no matter where you are! posted at Taber’s Truths, saying, “Spiritual insights for the common man”.
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