Category Archives: A Walk in the Blogosphere

The God Next Door Resource

Simon Carey Holt, author of The God Next Door has made a neighbourhood exegesis resource available from a section in his book. It looks intriguing and gets at asking some important questions about neighbourhood for discerning mission. Being able to read our world is a critical task for appropriate incarnational ministry. The questions have a...

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Signs of Emergence…

Jordan Cooper reviews Sign’s of Emergence by Kester Brewin, now released in North America. Here is a quote I picked up from Len’s blog today. It is rather well put and perhaps not what many might expect is the right solution by today’s assumptions. "There are still those who cry for revolution, for a revival...

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some worthwhile links

Here is a website that will turn your pictures into sketches. [HT: Brother Maynard] Have a listen to Tony Jones on the Albert Mohler radio show. Will Willimon spoon feeds us a helping of prophetic utterance with his post about the good samaritan Jordon Cooper points us to a good video about the global warming...

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Worthwhile links…

Here are 55 Essential Articles Every Serious Blogger Should Read [HT: Mike Todd] This article point to the necessity of a Trinitarian Missiology. Robby Mac has written great exchange about leadership. Krusty Sage waxes on about kids not needing a stupid success track. Some tips for how to write great content for your blog Len...

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Random links…

A descriptive list of Trinitarian scholars from Inhabitatio Dei Some random thoughts about inerrancy An interesting article about George Bush [HT: Jordan] I didn’t know there existed a Centre for Reclaiming America for Christ…and I didn’t know it was closing either. Darryl Dash points to the Drew Marshall experiment, “We’ll pay you to go to...

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Random links of interest…

All right, this is how academics make other academics laugh. Ben and Kim confess…you may miss half of what they are talking about (like I did), but what I caught made me laugh. 10 propositions on Dietrich Bonhoeffer. I am inspired by this man On the Rooftops: Theological proclamations A brilliant article from Out of...

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The day the Lord spoke…

Today sure feels like one of those. I was impacted by numerous things in my daily tasks. This post will take the shape of a bit f reflection, some blog links, a picture and some quotes, as those are all the things that have stirred something in my heart today. I am not sure whether...

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Some worthwhile links…

David Fitch reviews VanHoozer’s book Everyday Theology:How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends. It looks like a worthwhile book that deals with the importance of exegeting our culture. I see the value of this and I have been thinking for the last few years that the importance of reading our world should be a...

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An important paper…

Len Hjalmarson has just finished up an important collection of writing called Leader as Listener. This 10 piece series can be downloaded here as a PDF. If you are involved in church leadership and haven’t taken the time to read it in full, I recommend you do so. This body of work is both an...

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Some worthwhile link thingies to click on and read…

Will Willimon tees up a Dr King quote that is just as prophetic and piercing today as it was in his context…it’s about how the church should be a thermostat rather than thermometer. Julie Clawson at Onehandclapping points to Chris Jordan’s Photography collection called Running the numbers. It looks at contemporary American culture through the...

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New Podcast worth subscribing to…

Speaking of Faith is a new podcast that explores religion. “Each week, host Krista Tippett focuses on a different theme, asking writers, thinkers and theologians to discuss how religion shapes everyday life.” Here is a link to a good interview with Shane Claiborne talking about the New Monastics There are also some additional interviews with...

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Meaningful Links In No Particular Order…

This is one way that we can say we really love hockey here in Vancouver It’s TV Turn Off Week and Wess tells us about it. Some thoughts on Mark Driscoll’s confessional style book A worthwhile interview with Rodney Stark [HT Len] What is the worst theological invention? I-monk on why I (he, not me)...

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Random Links

David Fitch on Technology in Worship Len points out the four primary questions churches are (or need to be) asking today JR Woodward blogs from Virginia Tech (a collection of posts this last week) We should be recognizing Earth Day…Rick points it out to us Scott Cripps shares his thoughts on small groups Technorati Tags:...

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Tagged for thinking bloggers…

I am honored to be tagged by Erika as a blogger that makes her think. I have therefor been asked to pass along the tag and name five others that make me think. Can I tag her back? Considering I can’t, here are five blogs I read regularly that make me think that I have...

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If there was ever…

…an article to link up to, Michael Spenser’s ditty on Christ’s righteousness is a breath of fresh air. In it’s entirety…may it give you a fresh (or old) perspective for your day! ____________________________________________ And that’s about it, friends. Be glad in God! I don’t mind repeating what I have written in earlier letters, and I...

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