Welcome to the June 4, 2007 edition of carnival of Christian advice.
We have some great entries this time, though I cannot vouch for or guarantee the sites linked here or their links. I always do my best to weed out the bad apples, but it’s always possible I missed one.
Kathryn Lang presents Do It All and Still Stay Sane posted at The Peculiar Club, saying, ” Over the last seven years, Iâ€™ve been struggling to find ways to meet all the demands that I face without losing my mind in the process. Here are the top five things Iâ€™ve discovered.”
Jonathan Pippenger presents The Real Secret Behind “The Secret”: Why the Law of Attraction Will Fail posted at Personal Renaissance , saying, ” The more I keep researching and thinking about the Law of Attraction the more I’m certain it not only goes against Christian doctrine, it fails logically.”
Rory Sullivan presents Everyone Believes In God – Some Children Are Just Angry At Their Parents posted at hamelife, saying, “If we are brought up in an environment of rejection, we will feel rejected and in turn reject others, with its accompanying cycle of guilt and hatred.”
Leticia Velasquez presents Find the courage within yourself to achieve greatness posted at cause of our joy, saying, ” The grace of God would help every mother through their childbearing crises, if only they would trust it.”
Leon Gettler presents The typical fraudster – male, high level and trusted posted at Sox First, saying, “Here’s a warning for anyone who thinks the typical fraud perpetrator is lower down in the food chain.
Research shows most fraudsters are male, typically aged between 36 and 55, have usually been employed by the company for six or more years and typically work in the finance department.”
Nathanael presents Egocentrism and the myth of happiness posted at Despair and Coffee, saying, “A grim consequence of such an egocentric paradigm is that people enter relationships with the same mindset, one of the most detrimental places being marriage. The relationship is viewed as another source of personal gain; the primary question being what the other person has to offer; how they will make one happy.”
Jeremy Hobbs presents CARM – Christian Apologetics Research & Ministry posted at Jeremy’s Consumer’s Corner, saying, “if you want to know why Christians say something is sinful, it’s there, with Biblical passages to back it up. ”
That concludes this edition. The next edition will be a week late, on July 10th, in observance of the 4th (my fifth anniversary, naturally. What, did you think I meant Independence day?)
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