wait…huh?…what?

June 29, 2006 | 3 Comments

If this blog provides an insight into what is going on in my head, that title pretty much sums up most of this past week. I’ve been in a philosophy class all week long. After reading Plato, Augustine, Aquinas, Descartes …

inbreaking links for 6/25

June 26, 2006 | Leave a comment

inbreaking.comMy weekly summary of links added at inbreaking.com:

new template

June 24, 2006 | 3 Comments

somek2ideasI was having trouble sleeping last night and I needed something that required little brainpower to do, so I changed my template. I’m now using the fabled k2 theme with a 3 column style mod. K2 has lots of …

not to be omitted

June 21, 2006 | 1 Comment

I’ve been kind of resolved to not buy any books since I already have quite a few waiting to be read, but Dallas Willard’s new book, The Great Omission, is challenging my resolve.

itunes love

June 20, 2006 | 12 Comments

I got an iTunes giftcard for father’s day, and I have enough left for one album. So, the question is…

or or wait for ?

inbreaking links for 6/18

June 18, 2006 | Leave a comment

inbreaking.comI used to post a lot of links on my blog, but lately I’ve been posting that kind of stuff over at Inbreaking.com which is social bookmarking for the missional and emerging church. Since it’s net yet getting as much …

the hidden power of electronic culture

June 17, 2006 | 1 Comment

As promised, here are some further thoughts on The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture, by Shane Hipps.

The premise of the book can be reduced to one central concept: “Whenever methods or media change, the message automatically changes …

genuine spirit-work

June 17, 2006 | Leave a comment

A friend sent me this quote today, and since he is not a blogger, I consider it my duty to pass it along. I hope it strikes others with the same sense wonder and fear that it did me:

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credibility is the new peer pressure

June 13, 2006 | 1 Comment

I read this quote in Fast Company last month. I thought it wa=s pretty telling, so I wrote it down so I could write about it. Since then, I haven’t had anything really profound to add to it, so I …

right again, zach

June 12, 2006 | 1 Comment

My beloved podcast partner, Zach Lind, has me pegged pretty well. When I’m on the hunt for new music, I ask him. He knows a lot of bands, and he knows my taste, so he usually connects me with …

simply christian

June 6, 2006 | 1 Comment

From the impression I had before reading it, Simply Christian was everything I thought it would be. NT Wright, the bishop of Durham and a highly repsected scholar, has written a very accessible book explaining his view on what …

the field guide for new creation

June 6, 2006 | Leave a comment

A final review will come soon, but here is a bit more goodness from Simply Christian — this time on the Bible:

In other words, the Bible isn’t there simply to be an accurate reference point for people who want

simply worship

June 5, 2006 | 3 Comments

More goodness from Simply Christian — this time on worship:

This brings us to the first of two golden rules at the heart of spirituality. You become like what you worship. When you gaze in awe, admiration, and wonder at

ebible

June 2, 2006 | 13 Comments

ebibleI have three invites to the beta for ebible.com to give away. Leave a comment if you’d like one.

so what is christianity about?

June 1, 2006 | 2 Comments

I’m sure I’ll be blogging more about Simply Christian, but I had to share this bit:

So what is Christianity about, then?

Christianity is all about the belief that the living God, in fulfillment of his promises and as