“Frequently Asked Questions” is a segment on this site where basic questions get answered from people with theological training. If you’re interested in asking a Question you can contact me, otherwise you can visit the FAQ category or it’s corresponding wiki for more information.
My housemate Arkay, has recently released his new album with his ever-changing band Books Died On. On this album he’s written a particularly revealing song, Girlfriend For A Night, which looks at the ills of pornography and how it dehumanizes all parties involved.
I’ve been using siteground to host my website and domain name for the past year and have had great service with them. Today they sent an email to all their customers offering 5 $20 coupons to give away to friends who would like to get their own website.
Did you know that if you have a google homepage setup you can add the Emerging Church Google Search to it easily by clicking on the add google button found at the bottom of that page? Step 1: Step 2: Technorati Tags: Emerging Church
From “Dissident Discipleship (p.129),” After my colleague Nancey Murphy delievers an address in London, two Muslim men sought her out to ask, “Did we hear correctly? You are a Christian and you believe in nonviolence?” “Yes, I come from a long tradition, Anabaptism, which, like Jesus did, refuses violence.” “And you would not kill, evenContinue reading “Nancey Murphy & Christian Nonviolence”
Leadership Blog: Out of Ur: Burned by Branding: Here’s a post about the Ben posted a link to this post and it’s worth the read so I thought I’d also post it here as well. It concerns the influence of huge corporations and the mega-church models of church – and what places like Starbucks areContinue reading ““Burned by Branding” Is Starbucks Getting Smaller?”
I recently downloaded journaler, a free Mac Utility you can blog with. It is a fully featured program with tons of bells and whistles. If you have a mac and like to blog I’d check this out. It has a great UI: Here are some of the features: Entries by date and folder Unicode compliant,Continue reading “Use Journaler for a Blogging Tool”
This is my late edition of Daily Scribe links for the Week of November 20th. Think Buddha considers Science and Buddhism World of Your Making Discusses Emerging Theologians The Mindful Mission discusses an uglier side to war-time
Thanks to everyone who’s been reading this site over the years, and especially to all over you who participated in the various conversations over this past year as I migrated from Blogger to my own domain in April. Recently gathering in light broke the 10,000 unique hits mark for the new domain, and though it’sContinue reading “10,000 Unique, Oh So Unique hits”
Yesterday I spent a little time reorganizing the sidebar, and cutting out some things here that were making my load time too long. So if you scan the sidebar on the front page you’ll see that I’ve added a “note pad.”