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A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life
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I do not seek to understand that I may believe, but I believe in order to understand. For this also I believe, –that unless I believed, I should not understand.-- St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109)

Saturday, November 25, 2006

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup #93

Submit your post to umweeklyroundup@yahoo.com * Rules for Inclusion

Thanks to all those who sent e-mails. I did peruse some other blogs and included some of those posts, but the only way to insure that you are linked each week is to e-mail your name and a link to the post you would like included. So keep sending those e-mails!

The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

John of Locusts & Honey wrote about why evangelical voters may refuse to support a Mormon Presidential candidate.

The importance of passion in ministry is a passion of John Battern.

Todd Bergman gives reasons why his church is having a worship service on Christmas morning. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Dave Camphouse states that Christmas is about open doors.

Want to catch a vision and dream dreams? Read Sally Coleman's post.

Christ the King Sunday is tomorrow. Here is Dave Faulkner's sermon.

Richard Hall will never take another web quiz again!

Michelle Hargrave wrote about her experience at an Interfaith Thanksgiving service.

Steve Heyduck reflected upon an atypical Thanksgiving.

Richard Johnson makes a case for pacifism.

Do you know where you are going? Read Chris Kindle.

Mitch Lewis believes that Ted Haggard's "fall from grace" is not all about homosexuality.

Forty-three years ago this past Wednesday, John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Wayne Cook remembers.

Keith McIlwain writes about our thanks leading to giving.

The Manx National Anthem posted by Paul Martin. Stirring words indeed.

Tony Mitchell reflects upon churches serving Thanksgiving meals.

Dave Morris wrote about the importance of remembering.

Should we allow our experience of God to change our conception of God? Henry Neufeld has some thoughts.

Jonathan Norman offers some reflections on the different names for the Sacrament of Communion.

Gavin Richardson is doing his part to show some of the good happening in Iraq.

Can the Virgin Birth be explained scientifically? Brett Royal weighs in on the subject.

Sandpiper compared Matthew 6:25-34 in the New International Version and the Message.

What are you thankful for? Art Ruch expresses his thankfulness.

Brian Russell wrote on the slave laws in the Book of Exodus.

Josh Tinsley wrote on the expulsion of six imams from a US Airways flight.

Luke Wetzel gives his thoughts on United Methodism in America.

5 comments:

Sally said...

Wow Allan what a comprehensive list- thank you for taking on the round up!

Brian Russell said...

Hi Allan,

Thank you for including my essay. I appreciate it very much.

May God bless you in your service for the Kingdom.

TN Rambler said...

Allan,
Thank you for continuing the tradition.

Wayne

Art said...

Allan, thanks for taking up this task.

Here's a funny one for you - I checked the Methoblog tonight, saw your MBWR post, clicked & skimmed through really quickly, missed the fact that you included me and made a mental note to send you an email link next week.

My wife then followed the same general course of events and said, "Hey, he put you on the MBWR even though you didn't send a link..."

I said, "No he didn't, I just checked it and I wasn't on there because I didn't send a link!"

She said, "Yes you are on there even though you didn't send a link!" to which I replied, "NO...

And so on for about ten minutes until my wife called me over and proved it to me...

So, sorry for missing it the first time and, guys, listen to your wives!

Lorna said...

thanks for this ... lots to read it seems over the blogsphere :)

blessings