Akin on Christian “Guidelines for Gray Areas”

August 14, 2008 at 7:57 pm Leave a comment

Today I started my last semester at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in earning my master’s degree. One of the things I continue to hear on and off campus is the growing respect for our school president Daniel Akin. I would argue that he is a good blend of balanced scholar, strong leader, and caring shepherd.

Dr. Akin recently began a series of posts on the blog “Between the Times” on wise decision making. Side note, this is one of the reasons I particularly like this blog site, they offer ‘series posts‘ on selected topics, not the normative pattern for blog. Anyway, here is a short blurb about the posts,

“God’s Guidelines for the “Gray Areas” of Life is a series of articles by Danny Akin. Each article expounds principles from 1 Corinthians and applies them to contemporary decision-making, especially when the choice may not be obvious. Lord willing, this series will show contemporary Christians that God’s word gives sound guidance for navigating the tumultuous waters of our postmodern world.”

1. “God’s Guidelines for the ‘Gray Areas’ of Life: Wise Decision-Making in a Wicked World, Part 1

2. “God’s Guidelines for the ‘Gray Areas’ of Life: Wise Decision-Making in a Wicked World, Part 2

3. “God’s Guidelines for the ‘Gray Areas’ of Life: Wise Decision-Making in a Wicked World, Part 3

4. “God’s Guidelines for the ‘Grey Areas’ of Life: Wise Decision-Making in a Wicked World, Part 4”

5. “God’s Guidelines for the ‘Grey Areas’ of Life: Wise Decision-Making in a Wicked World, Part 5”

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