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)

Sunday, April 08, 2007

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2007.12.110

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Given the Easter holiday, this edition of the MBWR is abbreviated. I have included posts from all the individuals who have sent emails, and then added a few posts from blogs I had time to read. Next week's edition will return to the full format.

The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Keith McIlwain has some questions regarding the poor and raises the question of President Bush's moral authority.

Vicki asks, "Are you going to eat that chocolate bunny?"

Michelle Hargrave writes on the Mother of the Disappeared Icon

How did the disciples become the church? Read Mitch Lewis.

John of Locusts & Honey reminisced about the comic book series Ninja High School.

That sermon by Jeffrey John by Paul Martin.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought of the day on Matthew 27:45-54.

Lorna Koskela writes on Easter Vigil.

It's Easter! Sally Coleman reminds us to expect the unexpected.

Mark Winter portrays and learns some lessons from Judas.

Between snow and Easter-- Reflections from Kim "Sandpiper."

Brett Royal posts some thoughts on the atonement under attack.

Henry Neufeld also writes on the atonement wars.

Dave Morris writes on soul-mining.

Beth Quick publishes a very helpful post on campus ministry and emerging trends among college students. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Andrew Conard posts his pastoral prayer.

The hectic and the holy of this time of year is on the mind of Barbara Lindgren.

Richard Heyduck has some thoughts on teaching religion in public school.

Where did the name "Maundy Thursday" come from? Read John Battern.

Bruce Alderman posts reflections on the resurrection of Jesus.


TN Rambler said...

Thank you for the effort required to even put together this abbreviated version of the MBWR during this hectic Holy Week.

Allan R. Bevere said...

Tn Rambler:

You are welcome. I am glad to do it.

Have a victorious Easter!

Anonymous said...

Allan, thanks so much for my Easter surprise! I never expected to be included in your weekly roundup! I, too, appreciate all the hard work (and tons of reading!) that you put into doing this each week, especially this busy week!

Allan R. Bevere said...


You are welcome. I enjoyed reading your blog.

Beth Quick said...

Thanks Allan - I'm amazed you got to this this week!!