I’ve been toying with the idea of having a weekly roundup post. Today, I finally decided to pull the trigger. It’s kind of like a #FollowFriday, but instead of just telling you a random list of people to follow, I offer you what I considered the “Tweets of The Week” (hence the post title) from the various people I follow on Twitter. Without further delay, here they are:
It’s easier to hold an extreme position at one end of a doctrinal spectrum than it is to hold the biblical tension.
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) May 10, 2013
This is Tennessee twitter.com/SEC_Logo/statu…
— The SEC Logo (@SEC_Logo) May 9, 2013
13-min video of Hebrew Instructor Libbie Groves reenacting and reciting the Book of Jonah…in biblical Hebrew: vimeo.com/65396076
— Westminster Seminary (@WestminsterTS) May 9, 2013
— ThinkChristian (@thinkchristian) May 9, 2013
I’m tired of hearing “celebrity pastor” as a pejorative name given to men striving to serve God faithfully. Critique in biblical categories.
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) May 9, 2013
Moralistic therapeutic deism isn’t just for kids. The god of Mark Sanford is the MTD deity.
— James K.A. Smith (@james_ka_smith) May 9, 2013
My casual attitude with sin teaches me that I could never rise to the level of God’s standard. I’m only ever saved by grace.
— Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp) May 8, 2013
Martha’s problem w/Mary was that Mary wasn’t working hard as her and seemed too comfortable. No different for Xians today.
— Lisa Robinson (@theochick) May 8, 2013
Discovery Church scandal shows how power of pulpit can lead pastors to affairs. thesent.nl/ZNHWKK.
— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) May 7, 2013
Battling porn or helpiing someone who is? Here are 60 helps headhearthand.org/blog/2013/05/0…
— David Murray (@davidpmurray) May 6, 2013
The only thing that sucks more than a Monday is the Big 10.
— The SEC Logo (@SEC_Logo) May 6, 2013
Christ ascended so that the Spirit would descend. And the Spirit descended so that we would ascend.
— Douglas Wilson (@douglaswils) May 5, 2013
Pastors: There’s a difference between preaching on a passage and from a passage of Scripture. Preach the Word, don’t just preach about it.
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) May 5, 2013