Taking a second glance at some of last weeks blogosphere developments and posts worthy of reflecting on…
- Scot McKnight has moved his blog from Beliefnet to Patheos wants people to set their link there.
- Brian LaPorte has set about an interesting exercise of stating, in under two paragraphs, why he believes Paul wrote Romans.
- Kurt Willems has posted a fascinating video on the “Empathic Civilization”. If you don’t know what that means, that’s okay, watch the video anyways. You probably won’t agree with it, but if you are like me you’ll probably be fascinated by it and what’s more, it’ll get your ticker think (which is always a good thing).
- My good friend Harry has been through quite a bit lately and a consequence, his blog has been duly neglected. I’m am happy to promote his first blog in months: The Power of God, reflections on Romans 1:16.
- John Neposlan, Pastor of a Nazarene church, writes a post on Cultivating Faithfulness. He tells a wonderfully encouraging story of an incident that happened to Chuck Colson.
- Chad Holtz submits a letter for the Eighth Letter conferance (Toronto, October 1-2) which asked bloggers to compose a letter “to the Church in North America”. To that end, Chad’s letter is titled, “The Church is a Whore… but she’s my mother“.
- My friend Billy Birch as written a great post on the subject American religious ideology hates to hear.
From Billy’s post…