Wednesday’s Internet Grab-Bag – March 12th

8 Facts that Will Change Your Concept of Time – I may be a little late to the game on this one, but these facts from the Huffington Post reveal how short our history really is despite what we think at times.

7 Brands that are Struggling – Several big name companies on here reveal the changing tapestry of American corporations.  Some may be declaring bankruptcy and closing their doors fairly soon.

Crimean/Ukrainian War – Christianity Today has put out a helpful article that looks at the tumultuous Christian history of Crimea, Ukraine, Russia, and Europe.  John Green also has a quick, helpful video.

Various Kinds of Tongues – The Cripplegate continues it’s fantastic series on comparing modern tongues with Biblical tongues and looking at the idea of “human languages.”

A Swedish Pentecostal Megachurch Pastor Converts to Catholicism – Ulf Ekman has served in the prosperity/Word of Faith leaning movement he started for 30 years.  On Sunday, March 9th, he confessed to his congregation that he was contributing to the “ongoing Protestant fragmentation of Christendom” and resigned from the pulpit.

Noah’s Application for Christians – A follow-up by Jerry Johnson after he gave his 5 positives and negatives of the new Noah movie that is set to release this month.  A great practical guide for both Christians and churches.

False Teacher’s Series – Tim Challies, a great pastor/blogger from Canada, began a series a while back on various false teachers.  He goes in-depth for each while still maintaining easy readership.  This series comes highly recommended.  So far, you can check out ones on Arius, Pelagius, Muhammad, and Joseph Smith.  With more to come, this looks to be a great one.

Minimalist Bible Poster – These are SWEET! Presbyterian pastor/graphic designer Joseph Novak created these posters for all 66 books of the Bible.  Each picture relies on themes presented in each book.  Some are pretty easy to get, while others may take some thinking.  All of them are available for purchase!

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