Beautiful: “Love a man, even in his sin, for that love is a likeness of the divine love and is the summit of love on earth.” — Dostoyevsky.
Another calendar year settles in and we start to shake off some of the holidays and resume routines. Time for more random linkage.
- Another Seabeck conversationalist joins the blogging ranks — Russ Pierce is blogging at Together on the Way.
- Speaking of Seabeck, Len has compiled most of his Seabeck reflections.
- Tip of the week: vixy.net converts YouTube and other online media into formats more suitable to other purposes.
- Search books by ISBN
- Molly has been holding out on us: Dr. Seuss Leaves Conservative Christianity
- Humour from the font front… quite funny, for those of us into such things.
- For anyone following the $100 Laptop (OLPC) Project: Hands-on with the OLPC XO laptop — and loving it
- Darryl Dash reviews Barna and Viola’s Pagan Christianity: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices. The verdict includes, “Barna and Viola don’t make a sufficient case for anyone to say that almost everyone has got it wrong until now.”
- The blogging life
- iMonk on Osteen (again), saluting Slate‘s stab at Osteen: “Joel Osteen’s God really wants you to dress well, stand up straight, and get a convenient parking space.”
- Bono on Christmas
- A personal rule of life? A trio of threes from Scot McKnight
- Rob McAlpine reviews Glenn Packiam’s Butterfly in Brazil: How Your Life Can Make a World of Difference, putting it and its author into context first. A good review.
- Top 10 Tips for New Bloggers From Original Blogger Jorn Barger — blogging has changed a little in ten years…
- A New Year Prayer from Northumbria Community
- Ben Witherington: No Room in the What? “Mary and Joseph weren’t trying to check into a hotel—they were staying with relatives.”
- December Church signs of the month
- More great quotes.
- How come The 5 most over(ab)used marketing words in 2007 sound like they came straight from the “emerging church conversation”? Just asking, honest.
Thanks for the inclusion, Oh Great Subversive One. :)