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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, October 04, 2008

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2008.30.171

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Andrew Thompson has a case of Charge Conference brain meltdown.

Craig Adams writes on Psalm 106:1-2.

Chris Roberts spent the week reflecting on how Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience shape our theology.

Personal reflections on acedia and Parkinson's Disease from Scott McKay.

Part 1 of debates and debating from John Montgomery.

Mitch Lewis has some suggestions for churches on the observance of Veterans Day.

Daniel Hixon asks, "Does online social networking inhibit real friendship?

Ten provocative questions from John Battern.

David Hallam wonders if Britain could be headed toward coalition.

Gerry Charlotte Phelps writes on the role of ACORN in the current economic meltdown.

Caresar, mammon, and all that-- A post from Keith McIlwain.

Joseph Yoo argues that the ordination process is too long.

A sermon from Jim Parsons on "Our Service."

According to Questing Parson, it is more than you can afford.

Michael Daniel recounts a story of faith and mysterious ways.

Olive Morgan reflects on Ruth, Naomi, Boaz and saving the family.

Kim Matthews challenges us to take a chance.

Borrow, spend, rescue-- Some thoughts from Henry Neufeld.

Tony Mitchell writes on the challenge of education. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Andrew Stoddard posts reflections on Hosea 5:8-6:6, Acts 21:27-36, Luke 6:1-11.

Please pray for Sally's Coleman's son, Paul.

To cuss or not to cuss-- that is the question for Steve Heyduck.

Are you looking for truth? If so, read Deb Spaulding.

John Meunier wonders if the Three Simple Rules are anti-Wesley.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on 1 Peter 2:17.

Kathy James writes on her latest encounter with religion and politics.

Reflections on waiting from Dave Faulkner.

Richard Hall has some thoughts on democracy and capitalism.

Bending knee in honor and service according to Mitch Lewis.

Stephen Taylor writes on dysfunction and fixing problems.

Theresa Coleman is blogging toward Sunday on Matthew 21:33-46.

Conflicting Moral Imaginations, part 4, from Matt Judkins.

Shane Raynor posts on the UMC and the ecumenical movement.

Beth Quick reflects on District Resource Day with Bill Easum.

The Mischievous Jesus-- A post from Will Grady.

Brett Royal posts part 2 of the bailout alternative.

Rick Mang is pondering the Gospel of Matthew.

Ken Hagler is traveling on the backroads of a life worth living.

Gavin Richardson went to hear Shane Claiborne preach.

Things that Michelle Hargrave is pondering at the ER.

Jay Voorhees preaches on the economy of the kingdom. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Sky Lowe McCracken thinks that the UMC looks good-- at least on paper.

Confidence and power according to Larry Oksten.

Will Deuel is having fun with the new atheists.

Mark Winter writes on helping hurricane victims.

The time has come for Dave Camphouse.

Dave Warnock has some thoughts on scriptural principles and gender issues.

Tiffany Steinwert on our stories of self.

It's a problem of trust for Richard Heyduck.

1 comment:

Henry Neufeld said...

Good roundup. Tony's post truly deserves a "best of the Methodist blogosphere" award!

(Not to say that the others don't, but that one caught my eye this week.)