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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 27, 2007

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2007.4 (#102)

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*Rules for Inclusion

The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Conservative Seminarian writes on why moderates are the product of extremism.

Keith McIlwain posts on Catholic Archbishop Donald Wuerl and his refusal to withhold the Eucharist from politicians who reject the church's teaching on abortion. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

It is indeed a challenge to make disciples. Some reflections from David Camphouse.

Rob Bell on the nature of salvation from Mike Lamson.

Kevin Baker writes on the Bible as stranger and more wonderful than fiction.

A thought for the day from Greg Hazelrig.

Gregory Lee posts on what the church can learn from the behavior of wood storks.

Fresh bread and 2 Corinthians 2:15-16. A post from Dale Tedder.

John of Locusts & Honey posts on Andy Warhol's pro-capitalist art.

Sam Harris has a problem with religious moderates. Bruce Alderman has a problem with Sam Harris.
Are the soldiers in Iraq fighting and dying for nothing? Mitch Lewis offers his answer. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Henry Neufeld writes on the value of the historical-critical method.

Steve Manskar asks, "Is the church an irrelevant social club?"

Barbara Lindgren posts on the table of Christian conversation and the global song of diversity.

Some reflections from Scott McKay on being true to our first love.

There are those who believe that the inequality of income is increasing in America. Gerry Phelps argues otherwise.

Sally Coleman writes on being a woman made in the image of God.

Christians are a bunch of dogs! Read Todd Bergman.

Andrew Conard posts on the upcoming movie, Amazing Grace.

Tony Atkinson continues his book study on The Cost of Discipleship.

Reflections from Kim "Sandpiper" on miracles as signs.

Jonathon Norman would like some help as he plans his hot topics discussion with his youth group.

John Battern writes on SAMs (Straight, Anglo/Saxon Males).

The Administrative Council at Richard Heyduck's church has an evangelism goal for 2007.

The Bible, life after death, and Zombies? A post from Kurt Boemler.

Richard Hall posts on the myths of those who skeptical about climate change.

Wayne Cook writes on the report of the study of ministry commission authorized by the 2004 General Conference.

Tom Scott preached on unity of vision.

Some reflections from Gavin Richardson on Methodist politicians.

What to say and when to say it. A post by Tony Mitchell.

Beth Quick writes on $3.00 worth of God.

Matt Friedeman writes on the modern worship of Zeus.

Depression sucks. Read Dave Morris.

Jonathan Marlowe posts on President Bush and the proposed Presidential library at SMU.

Unleashed for God! Read Brian Russell.

Melissa Maine: I am woman, hear me roar!... but...


Anonymous said...

Thanks, Allan.

TN Rambler said...

Allan, Thank you for including my post on the draft report of the study on ministry for a second week. I would hope that everyone with an interest would read the draft report and respond to the survey...even if they agree fully with the report...but more importantly if they don't.