October 24, 2017

“Worldview” Pros and Cons

Since we were trapped in a car for 7 hours together, Joel and I debated/discussed a topic that we've disagreed about for some time: The usefulness of the idea of a "Christian Worldview." … [Continue reading...]

An Optimistic View of Blogging Evangelicalism: Community, Confessional Conversations and Adventures In Self-Criticism

On September 17th, I was privileged to present the following paper at the Civitas Conference: "After Evangelicalism," at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Thanks to Joel Hunter for inviting me to be part of a panel … [Continue reading...]

The Return of “No Voices In My Head”

I'm tired of small potatos. We might as well get to the big dog of these "hearing voices" post. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome Mr. Bill Mckinnon to the stage for tonight's main course, "No Voices In My Head." Mr. Mackinnon may, … [Continue reading...]

Signs Redux: I’m Weary of Weird Christians

Looks like a three-year old iMonk classic is stirring 'em up out there in the blogosphere, so I think it deserves to see the light of day here in the big show. So here is one of my favorite essays: "Signs: (I'm Weary of Weird … [Continue reading...]

Can I Have My Bible Back?

Joel Hunter wrote this absolutely outstanding piece about the Bible and propositional, positivist versions of truth. I believe IM readers will resonate with much of what he is saying, and it's said well. The post was prompted … [Continue reading...]

The IM Newsroom: Pizza, Youth Evangelism Relationship Celebrated

The 50th anniversary of one of the most productive relationships in Christianity was celebrated this week at Zondervan's "Youth Ministry Hall of Fame" in Nashville as pizza finally received a long overdue recognition for its … [Continue reading...]

Who? Me? How I Became A Pariah in The Reformed Blogosphere

Several weeks ago, the Internet Monk research department received one of those requests that, well...in all honesty, they decided was probably best to just lose somewhere on the desk. Not everything I request from my dedicated … [Continue reading...]

Plan 9 From Lower Space

The following correspondence fell into the hands of the Internet Monk Research Department through a fortuitous series of events that cannot be detailed here, due to the need to keep certain parties anonymous while undercover. Let … [Continue reading...]

A Letter to Agent #6

I recently solicited pieces on Pat Robertson's "Chavez Assassination Plot." Here's a humorous take by BHT fellow Joel Hunter NSA Chief Phelps: the following transmission was intercepted and translated by our field operative in … [Continue reading...]

A Letter to Pat Robertson

I recently solicited pieces on Pat Robertson's "Chavez Assassination Plot" from my audience. I'll be reprinting a couple of them here. This is by BHT lurker Isaac Bradshaw Dear Pat, It's been an interesting couple of … [Continue reading...]