Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Christian Carnival CXIII (113) is up

The Innovation Edition

The introduction from John at Light Along the Journey:

Why call this week's Carnival the "Innovation" edition? Two reasons: One, I am an ENTP Myers-Brigg Personality Type which makes me an innovator by nature. Two, I am going to try out something completely new for all the "Carnivalites" (is that a word?) out there.

Say, wouldn't you love to be able to read all the posts submitted to the Carnival without having to click, click, click, click, click? Sure you would, and I think I have found a way to do it! Go to and login using the email and using the password "carnival". Next click on the "Clippings" tab in the upper left area of the screen, and finally click on the "Clippings" folder shown below it. If you've done it right, wham! all the posts (hopefully) are displayed on the column on the right, just waiting for you to scroll down through them all and read to your heart's delight. PLEASE don't click anything else or change any settings to allow everyone to scroll through and read the posts.

About Christian Carnival:

Contributing a Post to the Christian Carnival

The Christian Carnival is open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. One of the goals of this Carnival is to offer our readers to a broad range of Christian thought.

Posts need not be of a theological topic. Posts about home life, politics, or current events, for example, written from a Christian worldview are welcome.

Update: As the goal of this Carnival is to highlight Christian thought in the blogosphere, entries will be limited to blogs that share that goal. Blogs with content that is focused on a business, that has potentially offensive material Christians may not want to link to on their sites, or has no reference to distinctively Christian thought may not be included in this Carnival. There are other Carnivals that would be a more appropriate venue for that material. I realize that this will be a judgment call on the part of the Carnival administrator, and being human she may make mistakes. However, as the Christian Carnival is getting quite large, and it is sometimes questionable whether the entrants are seeking to promote Christian thought, I find this necessary.

Update: We also expect a level of discourse that is suitable for a Christian showcase. Thus entries may be refused if they engage in name-calling, ad hominem attacks, offensive language, or for any similar reason as judged by the administrator.

So, if you have a post in this framework - go here to find out more: Christian Carnival info.

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How to debate charitably (rules are links to more description of rule):
1. The Golden Rule
2. You cannot read minds
3. People are not evil
4. Debates are not for winning
5. You make mistakes
6. Not everyone cares as much as you
7. Engaging is hard work
8. Differences can be subtle
9. Give up quietly