Welcome to the June 22, 2011 edition of Christian Carnival ii!
loswl presents Evolutionary Tales Exposed – The Origin of Life posted at INSPIKS, saying, "What is life? Is it just having the right combinations of proteins in just the right order? Is a man nothing more than a collection of substances and chemicals that happened to somehow `become alive`?"
Deb at All Things New presents Nothing New Under the Sun: Theistic Evolution and the Early Church posted at All Things New.
Isabel Anders presents Chant of Death: Interview with mystery writer and poet Diane Marquart Moore | BlogHer posted at BlogHer.
Joe Plemon presents 5 Success Traits We Inherit From Our Heavenly Father posted at Personal Finance By The Book, saying, "God's desire is that his children be like him. This post shares some success traits we inherit from our heavenly father."
Calling Her Blessed presents Bible Lesson Activities: Elijah and the Prophets of Baal in 1 Kings 18:17-40 posted at Calling Her Blessed, saying, "Here are some great activities for Bible class teachers when studying Elijah and the prophets of Baal!"
Maryann Spikes presents ANNOYING LIGHT written by Thea Nelson posted at A Passion to Speak His Truth.
Cowboy Bob presents Slick and Worldly posted at A Soldier for Jesus, saying, "Many Christians use the phrase "worldly" as a catch-all, not really understanding it. What is "worldly" — really? Also, how does it affect 1 Cor. 9.22, about being all things to all men? I have some thoughts on this..."
Diane R presents More Great Ideas from Machen posted at Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet, saying, "Gresham Machen's book, "Christianity & Liberalism" reads like it was written for today. It's truly amazing how history really doesn't change much."
Chris Price presents Whigs--One Philosophic Approach to History posted at American Church History, saying, "In looking at the topic of church history, does one's underlying philosophy impact the way that he/she interprets the facts? This post points out one school of thought with problems, while referring to the work of historian Herbert Butterfield, himself a Christian scholar."