A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life

A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life
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, December 23, 2006

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup #97

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Christopher Raines states that we must use Christmas to reclaim the story and make it the central focus of the church.

Gregory Lee asks, "Where have all the Methodists gone?"

Do you believe in an angry God? Mitch Lewis does. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

According to Dave Faulkner, Christmas is a time for affirming the supremacy of Jesus Christ.

Matt Friedeman wonders if pastors are to blame for the divorce epidemic.

Personal ambition and pastoral ministry: Beth Quick offers a thought-provoking post. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Andrew Stoddard reflects on Isaiah 10:5-19, 2 Peter 2:17-22, and Matthew 11:2-15.

What are the expectations of Christmas? Richard Hall has some thoughts.

Gavin Richardson posts on Christmas cards.

"Flickering small in our darkness. Uncreated light shines through infant eyes..." Profound poetry from Sally Coleman.

John Battern writes on the movie, The Nativity Story.

Merry Christmas from Harry Reasoner. Thanks to Keith McIlwain for the post.

What is orthoparadoxology? Read Jonathan Norman.

Kim "Sandpiper" posts on communication as a form of ministry.

Brian Russell reflects upon moving from experience to mission.

Scripture as a means of grace. Richard Heyduck considers the subject.

Sex! Sex! Sex! Brian Kennedy is thinking about it.

Dale Tedders posts a sobering report: In India, 7000 unborn girls are being aborted every day.

Henry Neufeld writes on one church behaving responsibly.

Mark Winter notes that Advent is about waiting; something we do not do very well.

Poverty in Nicaragua is on the mind of Paul Martin.

John of Locusts & Honey insists that we live our epistemology.

Brian Vinson gives us the green on preparing for Christmas.


Beth Quick said...

Thanks for the pick!

Michael said...

Thank you for continuing this fine ministry. It is very much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

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Elizabeth: Thanks for your fine post.