I found this post over at God’s Politics – Jim Wallis’ blog it was a statement about Ted Haggard and the issues that were raised in the last couple weeks, and I think it’s really good to read.
Sorry we missed the FAQs last week, I was swamped, but we’re back and I’ve got some great guests coming up in the next month. This segment is officially called “FAQs of a Theologian” and it is where I or my theologian guests answer a question that often gets posed to…well, theologians. With that said,Continue reading “FAQs: Why Go to Fuller Seminary for Your Ph.D.?”
Peter Rollins founder of the Ikon Community , an emerging church in Ireland, has recently penned “How (Not) to Speak of God” (Peter Rollins).” It is a book that will be important for every church to wrestle with. Rollins writes as one who is both theologian/philosopher (he has a Ph.D. in Postmodern theory) and aContinue reading “Book Review: How (Not) To Speak of God – Peter Rollins with Special Offer”
I spent a couple hours this morning creating a customized emerging church search engine using Google’s new Co-op feature. I’ve added tons and tons of websites and blogs that deal with emerging church issues. My sources for this list came from Scot McKnight, Ryan Bolger, The Daily Scribe, Andrew Jones, Jordon Cooper, Adam Cleaveland andContinue reading “Customized Emerging Church Google Search Engine”
I’ve done a little work and got a google group going for convergent Friends and it’s up and running. There are some pretty neat features that this group offers:
I missed last week’s “Jamboree” so I thought I’d post a couple articles from both weeks. The Daily Scribe is a blogging community of religious bloggers who write on a variety of subjects and come from a variety of religions. You’ll definitely want to read on, as there are some really good links this week.
One of my favorite free, online tools is the social bookmarking website known as delicious (see my del.icio.us). Because I read a lot of blogs, and visit websites all the time I need a way to remember which ones were really good, which ones offer great critiques about such and such, and which sites I’dContinue reading “Setting Up Delicious for Researching The Web”
I know I don’t normally do stuff like this but it seems like a worthy cause. I read and often cite Paul Stamatiou’s blog (a College student from Virgina Georgia Tech), and appreciate the stuff I learn from his site. In fact, many of his tutorials, reviews and tips have helped me learn how toContinue reading “Help Vote In a Scholarship for Paul”