Geeks of Christ Presents…March 23, 2012

Here’s a list of what I’ve been reading, listening to, watching, whatever from around the web.

The Writing Man
by Paul D Gallagher

“In the field of science fiction and fantasy, few writers cast a larger shadow than that of Charles Beaumont. Only Rod Serling himself penned more episodes of The Twilight Zone…”

The End On The Horizon
by Shabbir

“The completion of Gerry Duggan’s and Phil Noto’s Odyssey-inspired THE INFINITE HORIZON hasn’t taken quite as long as Odysseus’s journey home, but the nearly five years since the publication of the first issue…have been a saga of their own.”

How God Became King
NT Wright’s latest book reviewed by Matthew Barrett and Michael A. G. Haykin

“We know Jesus was born of a virgin and that he died on the cross and rose from the grave. But what about all that stuff in the middle? What does the life of Jesus have to do with anything? According to N. T. Wright, Christians have neglected all that stuff in the middle.”

Fiction
by Tim Challies

“There is power in story. Christians have long realized this and today, perhaps more than any other time in the history of the church, believers speak of the whole sweep of Christian theology as a story.”

How John Carter Made Me Young Again
by Pete Peterson

“My reaction was ambiguous, but I couldn’t shake the film. I couldn’t shake the feeling that for two hours, I’d been a kid again, peering wide-eyed into a fantastic world just beyond the world I could see.”

Preaching Christ in the Old Testament
TGC reading list

This is just a wonderful reading, interview, sermon audio, and article compilation on the preaching of Christ as a theme of Genesis. Really excellent! Can’t wait to check some of these out.

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