In case you missed it, Dr. James White debated Arminian Steve Tassi and it was humorous and sad and WHY IN THE WORLD AM I WRITING ABOUT IT I DON’T KNOW. Here’s the link to it. I found myself weirdly drawn to it, almost like a tractor beam. It sucked me right in.  3 Observations: …

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Yeah, whatever. Politics. 2015-2016 will go down as the most fascinating chapter God has written for my life. I moved into a tribe and lived in one of the most remote places in the world, learned a language, almost lost my daughter to a bacterial disease twice, helped disciple a seedling church in the heart …

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Last week, Rick Warren’s best-selling book The Purpose Driven Life was Olympian Michael Phelps told ESPN that it helped him during one of the most difficult times in the life. The entire piece on Phelps’ life is worth the watch, but his comments about the impact of the book show just how powerful Warren’s thoughts are, 15 years after they were first published: “It’s turned me into believing there is a power greater than myself and there is a purpose for me on this planet … It helped me when I was in a place where I needed the most help.”

He’s not the only celebrity to recently talk about the impact of the book. Christianity Today posted a piece looking at the long-term impact of the book, and noted that even reality star Kim Kardashian recently revealed that she was a fan. In an interview with US Weekly a few months back, she said that Purpose Driven Life—which was given to her by Kathy Lee Gifford—was one of her three favorite books. (In case you’re wondering, she also included Tuesdays With Morrie and Embraced by the Light, which said was a gift from her late father.)

At 6 Links That REALLY Internetted, we’re dedicated serving up the highest-quality, insanely-fresh, linkiest-links on the internet.  “Sure God can choose to save celebrities for his glory and use them to save many of his elect. But God typically, throughout biblical and church history, chooses those who are weak according to the flesh in order to make …

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In case you missed it, Wayne Grudem, world-renowned theologian and Trinitarian-controversy-starter- extraordinaire, recently wrote a lengthy, 12 million-page book essay on why he’s voting for Donald Jermaine (please tell me that’s his middle name) Trump this election at townhall.com. Aside from the fact that its probably not wise for pastors/theologians to openly endorse presidential candidates, here …

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