Here is what I have found in the last week of touring the Internet. Not as much as previous weeks – you’ll see I’ve struggled to publish much of substance in recent days, apart from the Damaris videos. Anyway, I think these are all worthwhile – a mixture of theological and techie stuff.
Is the missional approach to church good or not? Helen Lee surveys the question of missional shift or drift.
A superb Paul Vallely article from The Independent lays out the different perspectives lucidly back in October: Religion vs science: can the divide between God and rationality be reconciled?
Ruth Haley Barton describes Advent as training in waiting.
After four years of blogging, Brother Maynard has discovered a new God.
Alan Hirsch is putting the adventure back into the venture.
Google’s advice for bloggers. Looks like I’d better drop the style of one-word post titles I’ve been pursuing in recent weeks!
TechRepublic has ten classic clueless-user stories: entertainment for the geeky among you.
Posted on December 5, 2008, in Science, theology, Web/Tech, Weblogs and tagged advent, Alan Hirsch, Brother Maynard, Helen Lee, John Drane, missional, Olive Drane, Paul Vallely, Ruth Haley Barton. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.