Monday, March 27, 2006

The Monday Tour 3/27/06

Joe Carter talks about the "The Forgotten Vice of Gluttony"

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At Intellectuelle, Hannah Im notices "The Emergent Church is Like a Homeschool Group". For this interested in the emergent church on a more theological level, check out The Jesus Creed, the online home of Scot McKnight
There were a couple of posts at Street Prophets on belief and doubt - and the life hits we take that impact that. Lexie speaks to some of that with "He's Gonna Meet Me" based on the 22nd and 23rd Psalms
"The Evangelical Mind Revisited" by Alan Wolfe is an interesting read (HT: The Lion Rampant)
A very interesting "Beauty Talk" from Catez Stevens
Marla Swoffer mostly bows out of blogging with "Hello and Goodbye" . Her reasons: her priorities, her purpose, her problems, and her privacy.
This is a very interesting thread at Baghdadee on the current political situation in Iraq. Notice Salim's remark #8 particularly
Jeremy Pierce talks about Eugene Volokh's "Why Would Blacks Become Republicans?" in his "Race Traitor". Links inside go to Huffington Post as well. It is all very interesting stuff on black Republicanism with some insight on racism as well.

Bart Ehrman's "Misquoting Jesus : The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why" is the subject of Jeremy's "Critiques of Bart Ehrman"
Jan at a View From Her seems to hook me every week (have any of you linked this women yet!). She gets the Hat Tip for "Top Ten Reasons Why Men Should Not Be Ordained " as well as this opportunity for men who believe in the importance of stem cell research to step up to the plate. I am glad I think a different idea is better - for obvious reasons.
Next week

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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