Links We Liked (3/19/11)
Here is a round-up of some of the notable blogs and articles our team read this week.
CCEL - When doing research or looking for classical Christian references, (Christian Classics Ethereal Library) is the site I usually visit first. CCEL is chalk full of digitized versions of some of Christianity’s greatest works and I am usually able to find what I need.
The Gospel Depends on a God Who Does Not Depend on You - We must begin by asking if God needs us to exist or to be fulfilled and happy. The God of the Bible is one who does not need us at all. In theological language, this is the doctrine of divine aseity, literally meaning “from-himself-ness.” God is a-se. He exists independent of the world, as one who is self-sufficient and self-existent.
MSNBC’s Martin Bashir interviews Rob Bell:
In a follow-up discussion, Christian radio host, Paul Edwards, had an opportunity to speak with Mr. Bashir about the interview.
Lexham Bible Dictionary - Our friends at Logos Bible Software have launched a project to build a continuously edited, digital-only Bible dictionary. They are also seeking contributors.