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Archive for January, 2005

Brian McLaren in Time Magazine

in Time Magazine’s The 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America.

Good grief, how did I miss this?

Thanks to DJ for bringing this to our attention.

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Emergent Resources

One of the benefits of working on someone’s website is that you get a good grasp of all that’s there! Accordingly, Will Sampson points us to some good downloads that we might have previously missed on Emergent’s site, including

Audio files of the 2004 Theological Conversation with Walter Brueggeman,

The Future of the People of God by NT Wright,

and a number of other PDFs by Brian McLaren, John Franke and others.


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Building Better Blogs

Brian Bailey has a blog on

“weblogs, the web, life and the local church.”

He recently posted

Building a Better Blog.

courtesy of rob williams

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Emergent Resources

One of the benefits of working on someone’s website is that you get a good grasp of all that’s there! Accordingly, Will Sampson points us to some good downloads that we might have previously missed on Emergent’s site, including

Audio files of the 2004 Theological Conversation with Walter Brueggeman,

The Future of the People of God by NT Wright,

and a number of other PDFs by Brian McLaren, John Franke and others.


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Building Better Blogs

Brian Bailey has a blog on

“weblogs, the web, life and the local church.”

He recently posted

Building a Better Blog.

courtesy of rob williams

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Meic Pearse: Why the Rest Hates the West?

This book hit my radar screen today when perusing the Washington Post’s Book World

as Beth and I were working thru the Post in front of our fireplace on a delightfully snowy Sunday.

My interest was piqued in the book because it’s an IVP tome but, at least in the Post, it wasn’t being marketed as a Christian book. There’s a good interview with the author on InterVarsity’s site. The themes of the book reminded me of something I posted just after 9/11.

Meic Pearse received his doctorate from Oxford in history and currently teaches at Houghton College.

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Rich Man, Poor Man: The Sad Tale of the Biggest Lottery Winner in History

Remove far from me falsehood and lying;

give me neither poverty nor riches;

feed me with the food that is needful for me,

Proverbs 30:8 (ESV)



The Puritans used to say that both riches and poverty were a fire to be endured.



Today’s Washington Post Magazine featured a wonderful story by April Witt on Jack Whittaker.

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