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, January 06, 2007

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2007.1 (#99)

Submit your post to umweeklyroundup@yahoo.com by noon EST on Saturday to guarantee that your post is included.

*Rules for Inclusion

The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Greg Hazelrig writes on the God of second chances.

Kurt Boemler is not happy about death.

African Methodism, United Methodism, and homosexuality. A post by Gerry Phelps.

Blogging and life in general. Some random thoughts from Art Ruch.

The first in a series of posts on biblical interpretation by Bruce Alderman.

Henry Neufeld writes on light and heat in science and Christianity.

Richard Heyduck issues a challenge, wonders if there is a difference between thinking and praying, and reflects on the practice of blaming others.

John the Methodist writes about the importance of pastors engaging pop culture and small talk.

Do we have room for Jesus? Gregory Lee asks the question?

Is the conventional wisdom that conservative evangelicals are unconcerned about the poor in fact true? Matt Friedeman states otherwise? Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Beth Quick posts on the Congress on Evangelism. I wish I could have been there.

Andrew Stoddard reflects on the Rule of Benedict.

The Christmas miracle and a Christmas miracle offering. A post by John Battern.

Jonathan Norman writes on Bishop Scott Jones' address at the Congress on Evangelism.

Kim "Sandpiper" has some thoughts on the surprise of gift giving and on the gifts God gives to us.

St. Augustine and the Bread of Life is on the mind of Dale Tedder.

Paul Martin posts on what Jesus never said.

The deaths of three significant people and reflections on legacy from Scott McKay.

Richard Johnson posts reactions from around the world on the execution of Saddam Hussein.

Derek Tang has some thoughts on Wesley Autrey, the man who saved the life of another on a subway track in New York City.

On rewriting resolutions, according to Dave Morris.

Is it perilous to be Catholic in Nebraska? Josh Tinely asks the question.

Danny G writes on the wise women who were the first to see the baby Jesus.

Tony Mitchell preached on Ages of Wisdom.

Is the flap over Representative-Elect Keith Ellison's decision to take his oath of office on the Koran, bashing Judeo-Christian values with Judeo-Christian values? Kevin Baker thinks so and writes on the subject.

Tony Atkinson posts a Sunday School lesson on keeping the balance.

Andrew Conard reviews Brian McLaren's book, A New Kind of Christian.

Perhaps we should take New Year's resolutions one at a time. Melissa Maine posts on her first resolution.

Presents given and presence received. An excellent post from Barbara Lindgren. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Michelle Hargrave writes on mistakes of grace.

Todd Bergman wants to know what he should do with his blog.

Dave Camphouse preached on New Discoveries from Luke 2:15-38.

There were two transcendent moments at the Congress on Evangelism that caught the attention of Reverend Mommy.


Theresa Coleman said...

That's a bunch-o blog posts.
I wish you could have been there too, Allen.
You were missed.

Allan R. Bevere said...

Rev. Mom:

Thanks! I plan to attend next year.

Glad you had a great time.