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)

Saturday, March 27, 2010

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2010.8.219

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Dave Nichols reminds us that it is enough just to be devoted.

Dale Tedder writes on the evolution of a call to ministry.

Pat LaPorte posts on the empty tomb, cookies, and Scriptures.

Andy Stoddard reflects on being a pastor versus being a son. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Mitch Lewis reports on his visit to Bonhoeffer's place of martyrdom at Flossenb├╝rg.

Bishop Robert Schnase comments on paying Caesar and giving to God.

Bishop William Willimon is thinking resurrection.

Do you want to get control of your mind on the road to perfection? Read Shane Raynor.

Jim Parsons posts a young clergy rant.

"On the Road to Jerusalem"-- a sermon by Michael Daniel.

Henry Neufeld explains why he is an independent voter.

Pam Webster wants us to give it up for Jesus.

Daniel McLain Hixon writes on the Angelus Prayer for all of us.

Salvaging Easter according to Dave Perry. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Richard Hall is on the move.

Do you have a spiritual tick? Read Deb Spaulding.

United Methodists wanting to... What? A post from Dan Dick.

Joseph Yoo cogitates on things that happen at Starbucks.

To be a member or not a member?... That is the question for Questing Parson.

Richard Heyduck thanks his wife, Christi.

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

Kim Matthews reminds us to carry the cross.

Dave Faulkner on Richard Bauckham.

What is the price ticket for an emotional, sensuous act of worship? Read David Hallam.

Biblical interpretation for church and world from Brian Russell.

Hope in times of doubt from Sally Coleman.

More on why Dave Camphouse joined the blogosphere.

Jeremy Smith posts on critiquing with accountability.

Dave Allen reflects on Catholics and bureaucrats.

Tony Mitchell asks, "Do you understand?"

Reflections on restoration from Lorna Koskela.

Kathy James has been thinking a lot about community lately.

Cathy Turner ponders bearing one another's burdens.

Geoffrey Lentz writes on social justice and the ever present poor.

Angela Shier-Jones is rehearsing the opening line.

Sky Lowe-McCracken asks, "Why have the church? Just be a Democrat or a Republican.


A Special MBWR Listing of the Health Care Reform Debate in the Methoblogosphere:

Some thoughts from John Battern on how the General Board of Church and Society is out of touch with most United Methodists.

Ken Carter posts on why health care is always being reformed.

Chris Roberts believes that the health care reform bill works against the UM Social Principles.

Joseph Slife comments on the Speaker of the House thanking the UMC for helping to pass the health care reform bill.

Andy Bryan writes on why he didn't write anything on health care.

Cogitations on the health care bill from John Meunier.

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