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
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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, May 19, 2007

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2007.18.116

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

More than a few Methobloggers posted thoughts on the death of Jerry Falwell. One thing is for sure: when the blogosphere explodes in commentary upon your death, you have made an impact!

Josh Tinely writes on Falwell as a sports fan.

So Long, Brother Falwell, from Questing Parson.

Keith McIlwain bids farewell to Falwell.

Gavin Richardson on the passing of Jerry.

Rick Warren's statement on the death of Jerry Falwell from Matt Friedeman.

For John Carney, Falwell's death was an event that intervened.

Some thoughts from Art Ruch.

Posts on other subjects:

Will Humes posts his Credo, which is a work in progress.

Andrew Thompson asks, "What does it mean to conference?"

Gerry Charlotte Phelps writes on Christianity without salvation.

Kim Fabricius reblogs on a family that gets on his nerves.

A thought for the day from Greg Hazelrig.

Jim Morrow posts part 5 of his thoughts on moving toward holiness and integrity.

Life is cyclic for Theresa Coleman.

Henry Neufeld on churches, drinking, and the weaker brethren (and should we say, sistren?).

David Hallum on preparing to preach for Pentecost 2007.

Some thoughts from Andy Bryan on proactive pastoral care.

Remember that song we used to sing in Sunday School? "I am the church! You are the church! We are the church together!" Sing along with John Meunier.

Is your church program based or team based? Read Richard Heyduck.

Kim Matthews writes on the older son in Jesus' famous parable. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Mark Winter on revival on the mountaintop and in the valley.

For Methodists 'tis the season of comings and goings. Some thoughts from Michelle Hargrave.

Sky Lowe-McCracken, however, is staying!

Andrew Stoddard posts on Ezekiel 1:28-3:3, Hebrews 4:14, and Luke 9:28-36.

Brian Russell reflects on the missional power of language.

Ordination and responsibility from Chris Roberts.

Some thoughts on Eucharist in the midst of conflict. A post from Matt Judkins.

Dale Tedder asks, "Is the cross cosmic child abuse?"

The evening journal of Barbara Lindgren.

Tom Scott gives lessons from Ruth.

Rev. Abi on John Wesley on prayer.

Random thoughts on war and peace from Gregory Lee.

Sally Coleman on life, love, mess and theology. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Brother Marty reminds us that Jesus prayed for us today.

Will you be raptured? Bruce Alderman won't.

Mike Lamson posts birthday reflections on Mars Hill.

David Camphouse writes on lazy ways to love our neighbors as ourself.

Danny G asks, "Got milk?"

Worship and missional activity are on the mind of Andrew Conard.

Beth Quick asks, "Are we a global church?"

Favorite Wesley quotes from Jonathan Marlowe.

Todd Bergman rants on good behavior.

Melissa Yosua is a certified candidate in the United Methodist Church. Congratulations!

Brian Vinson had a God-incident.

Is it possible? Congress did something right? Dalton Rushing thinks so.

Feminism and socialism from Conservative Seminarian.

Willie Deuel wishes Chuck Wesley a happy 300th birthday.

Grandma Jean asks, "Has Congress become Parliament?"

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