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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, November 08, 2008

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2008.34.175

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

John Lomperis offers prayers for the family of Andrew Weaver.

Andrew Thompson asks, "Is 'Mainline' Wesleyan?"

An open letter from Matthew Johnson to fellow evangelicals the morning after the election.

In Rene Descartes philosophical fashion, Matthew Perry writes, "I blog, therefore I am."

Craig Adams reflects on Psalm 50.

Thoughts on Joe the Saint from Matt Judkins.

Should North Carolina recount or just be purple? A question from Jim Parsons.

John Meunier writes on imperial tendencies in the preacher's heart.

An account of accounts from Dave Faulkner.

Gavin Richardson offers an election prayer.

Larry Oksten reflects on the night after the election.

Will Deuel posts on what hasn't changed since the election.

A military chaplain's perspective on the new commander-in-chief from Mitch Lewis.

Wayne Cook has some thoughts on a great joy and an awesome responsibility.

Kevin Watson wonders if it must be Halloween.

The dichotomy of a historic election according to Questing Parson.

Olive Morgan's blog is getting noticed with good reason. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Reflections on preparation from Kim Matthews.

Henry Neufeld on the scientific study of the supernatural.

Tony Mitchell ponders the first Tuesday in November.

Andrew Stoddard posts reflections on Ezekiel 24:1-14, Revelation 14:14-15:8, and Luke 13:1-19.

Perspective from Steve Heyduck.

Deb Spaulding serves us some thoughts on the banquet.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on Romans 15:5-6.

What about civil discourse? Read Kathy James. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Richard Hall has given Connexions a makeover.

Stephen Taylor posts reflections on the new landscape in America.

Musings on politics from Theresa Coleman.

Will Grady sends his congratulations to president-elect Obama.

Moments of leadership according to Michelle Hargrave.

Reflections on the open source presidency from Jay Voorhees.

Mark Winter tells a joke to make you squeal.

The Pastor's Corner posted by Dave Camphouse.

Andy Bryan says, "Yes we did."

Gerry Charlotte Phelps tells us that the treatment of George W. Bush has been a disgrace.

All saints reflections from Chris Roberts.

Sally Coleman ponders in narrative form what it means to be truly forgiven and fruly free.

An english pub and a prayer for America from David Hallam.

Michael Daniel reflects on certain realities.

Some Christian notes on voting from Clifton Stringer.

Ken Hagler reminds us that is always something.

How did Sky Lowe-McCracken vote? He ain't playing that game, but read his post.

Tyler Schwaller posts a weekly inqueery.

Richard Heyduck has some thoughts on confirmation.

Conversion is not a "one-time" event according to Betty Newman.

Daniel McLain Hixon writes on Israel, Palestine, and the elusive peace.

Melissa Yosua-Davis voted.

The Word of Amos or the Word of the Lord from Brian Russell.

Danny Gmyrek reflects on voting.

Marty Schwartz ponders the power of love.

Thoughts on the aftermath of the election from Derek Tang.

A prayer for All Saints Sunday from Abi Carlisle-Wilke.

Art Ruch reflects on the election results.


Michael said...

Good stuff, Allan. Thank you once again for your willingness to keep it up.

Hoping you are well.

Anonymous said...

GREAT that Olive got a shout out. She reminds me of Moses :) ...