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If It Must Stay in Vegas and Other Things from Around the Web.

links5.bmpIf you must "stay in Vegas" (in the literal sense, as in "you live there") then you'll be interested to know that the URC is opening a new church plant in your town.   Some very solid men will be handling pulpit supply.  For more information, Click here: URC Learning » Las Vegas worship services beginning June 1 has recently updated their section on law and gospel.  There's some great stuff here (Moo, Murray, Kline, Irons).  Click here: Monergism :: Law and Gospel

It is bad enough when the socialist wusses to the north (Canada) tolerate Sharia Law.  Now its in my own backyard--well not that close, but in my own county, at a state university.  Muslim students repeatedly threaten Jewish and Christian students, and none  of the "enlightened" university authorities (it seems) will do anything about it.  And this is where my tax dollars go?  Click here: Pajamas Media » UC Irvine Still Enforcing Sharia Law

Finally, be careful when people donate things to your church--especially trailers.  You might get a visit from the police and the haz-mat squad.  Click here: Meth lab accidentally donated to church | Yahoo! News | Local Breaking News from AZFAMILY.COM & KTVK 3TV - Arizona

Reader Comments (4)

Did I miss anything?
Does anyone know the latest [provide a link?] on the Issues Etc. hosts and their return to the airwaves?
May 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterIvan
I didn"t realize we socialist wusses to the north tolerate sharia law, Do you have a link or chapter and verse that supports that statement?
May 26, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCharles S.
That whole post on Irvine has made entirely angry. I cannot even think straight. I need to go pray.
May 27, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterSteven Carr
I have a question for any pastor or church leader who wishes to answer; I am truly interested for wise counsel on this matter. If we are charged or rushed by people like those Muslim students or physically roughed up, should we just receive the physical abuse or do a little hurting ourselves in self-defense? Should our response be different when we are speaking of the faith and not of other matters?
May 28, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAlberto

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