Scriptorium Podcasts on GodblogCon 2008, Middlebrow. Titles include: On the Art of Online Conversation: John Mark Reynolds, The Missional Church in the Internet Age: Andrew Jones, and Renewed Minds Online: Ken Myers.
See also: “Rhett Smith’s (rhettsmith.com) liveblog of Andrew Jones’ (tallskinnykiwi.com) presentation at GodblogCon 2008.”
Three Cheers for Anglicans, the Kind Who Believe the Bible by Doug Wilson, Blog & Mablog. “I need to pass on the word about a new theological journal — The North American Anglican.”
New Biblical Fragments Discovered: Everything Now Makes Sense, Letters from Kamp Krusty. “Scholars here are abuzz after new biblical fragments were discovered. ‘Now, everything adds up,’ says Ehud Oren of Hebrew University. ‘It all makes sense, now. By the way, it’s pretty awesome that we keep finding stuff in this awesome cave.'”
Key Changes, Gospel singer Ray Boltz shares coming out journey in this Blade exclusive by Joey DiGugliemo, Washington Blade. “I’d denied it ever since I was a kid. I became a Christian, I thought that was the way to deal with this and I prayed hard and tried for 30-some years and then at the end, I was just going, ‘I’m still gay. I know I am.’ And I just got to the place where I couldn’t take it anymore … when I was going through all this darkness, I thought, ‘Just end this.'” [HT – Thinklings]
The Second Most Important Book You Will Ever Read by Carl Trueman, Themelios. “The thesis of the book is devastatingly simple: Christianity, built on the authoritative, divinely-inspired, inerrant revelation of God in Scripture, embodying a robust supernaturalism, and focused on the exclusivity of salvation in the person and work of Christ, is a different religion to that liberalism that repudiates each of these things.”
The Lie That This is a ‘Crisis of Capitalism’ by David Warren, Ottawa Citizen. “This market crack-up, like every other, came not from observing the basic principles of capitalism, but from trying to deny them in the face of nature.”