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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 17, 2009

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2009.2.181

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Craig L. Adams writes on the confusion in Wesley's writing on the connection between justification and baptism.

Bishop Robert Schnase reflects on the connections he made at the Congress on Evangelism with members of the Methoblogosphere.

Please note the new web address for Scott McKay.

Theresa Coleman is blogging toward Sunday on John 1:43-51.

Kathy James has a laugh over God's sense of humor.

That's a wrap-- on Minister's School for Andy Bryan.

"New Beginnings: Water and the Spirit"-- a sermon by Beth Quick.

Michael Daniel ponders what is going on by the few for the many.

Sky Lowe-McCracken counsels us to embrace being older. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

The strange political nature of Christianity according to Guy Williams. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Olive Morgan writes on the church's upcoming gathering to discuss the current economic crisis.

Michelle Hargrave reflects on the women's retreat she attended.

Andrew Thompson on Yoder on the Church.

Two testimonies from John 1:43-51 by Jim Parsons.

John Meunier on the virtue of making enemies.

The sins of the drivers-- thoughts from Dave Faulkner.

For Larry Oksten it had to happen eventually.

Messages for the parson-- a message from Questing Parson.

Kim Matthews considers trust and what is held in trust.

"Interpreting the Bible IV: Scientific Statements"-- Henry Neufeld writes on the subject.

Will it be change or more of the same? A question from Tony Mitchell.

Andrew Stoddard posts reflections on Isaiah 41:17-29, Ephesians 2:11-22, and Mark 2:1-12.

Steve Heyduck exclaims, "It's colder than Texas out there!"

A change of temperature concerns Deb Spaulding.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on Mark 5:9-10.

Richard Hall is measuring Google's footprint.

The week's end for Will Grady.

Dear Gavin (Richardson), what should I do about Sunday school?

Lazarus and Mark Winter speak at The Worship Place.

Tiffany Steinwert writes on belovedness, the meaning of "all" and the United Methodist Constitution.

An amazing day according to Sally Coleman.

Shane Raynor ponders spiritual haters.

The essentials of authentic faith from Ken Hagler.

Brian Russell writes on key issues for reading The Shack.

David Perry posts some thoughts on midwinter spirituality.

Ken Carter reminds us to wash our hands.

Richard Heyduck is losing it all.

An update from Kevin Watson on the experiment on UM social media exposure.

The baptism of Jesus in Mark from Mitch Lewis.

John Montgomery reflects on parables and the growth of the Kingdom-- Mark 4:1-34.

Joseph Slife posts on Bishop Schnase and The Five Practices.

Kurt Boemler has begun credo blogging.

Visioning thoughts-- part 1-- from Dave Camphouse.

Brief reflections from Joseph Yoo on Timothy in Acts 16.

Dave Warnock writes on Methodist growth.

Matthew Kelley wonders if Martin Luther was heart warming after all.

Cool-kid Calvinism? Jeremy Smith is not so sure.

Has someone said to you lately, "I love you!" Read Christopher Gudger-Raines.

Pastor Cynthia reflects on holy boldness.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Allan, for the "best of..." distinction this week, as well as for your dedication to the Weekly Roundup!