I'm game. I have been tagged by Pastor Mark Schnell, Seminary student and good friend of mine, to do a "Book Meme". This is apparently like a blogger's chain letter, except no superstitions to it. The task I have been given is to pick any book, go to page 123 and write out the three sentences following the fifth sentence.
Currently, I am reading The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity by Alex McFarland (I was blessed to hear him speak at the Billy Graham School of Evangelism). Great Book - here are the assigned three sentences:
"You could argue, for example, that the 9/11 terrorists were liars, or at least seriously mistaken. We might say, and even be able to demonstrate, that what they believed was false, even though they believed it was true.
Of Course, you could also say that the first-century martyrs were mistaken and deluded as well."
The next task is to tag five other friends with blogs and have them do the same thing. I will have to get back to you on this one after I find those five people, and learn how to tag them.
Thank you, Mark for this wonderful opportunity.