www-industrial-full.jpg 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.

  1. Another Seabeck conversationalist joins the blogging ranks — Russ Pierce is blogging at Together on the Way.
  2. Speaking of Seabeck, Len has compiled most of his Seabeck reflections.
  3. Tip of the week: vixy.net converts YouTube and other online media into formats more suitable to other purposes.
  4. Search books by ISBN
  5. Molly has been holding out on us: Dr. Seuss Leaves Conservative Christianity
  6. Humour from the font front… quite funny, for those of us into such things.
  7. For anyone following the $100 Laptop (OLPC) Project: Hands-on with the OLPC XO laptop — and loving it
  8. 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.”
  9. The blogging life
  10. 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.”
  11. Bono on Christmas
  12. A personal rule of life? A trio of threes from Scot McKnight
  13. 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.
  14. Top 10 Tips for New Bloggers From Original Blogger Jorn Barger — blogging has changed a little in ten years…
  15. A New Year Prayer from Northumbria Community
  16. Ben Witherington: No Room in the What? “Mary and Joseph weren’t trying to check into a hotel—they were staying with relatives.”
  17. December Church signs of the month
  18. More great quotes.
  19. 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.

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