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19 Responses

  1. Babylon's Dread says:

    I don’t see a lot of reaction to Linkathon but I always take time to check out the links. This is a favorite post for me every week.

  2. Michael says:

    Thanks, BD.
    It takes a lot of time, so I’m glad to know it’s still being read…

  3. Josh The Baptist says:

    I still check out several articles a week, Michael. Thanks for the effort.

  4. Em says:

    Me too

  5. Michael says:

    Thanks Josh and Em…guess we’ll keep at it then.

  6. bob1 says:

    I read the articles (from the links) faithfully. I appreciate the effort that goes into it.

    I also really liked Ken Woodward’s musings about Bush. and his Christian faith.

  7. Nathan Priddis says:

    It’s the best part of the week. Always check it out and appreciate it.

  8. Em says:

    The grateful Christian article mentioned by bob1 is an interesting ponder… not exactly walking the talk, but makes the case for the walk being more telling than one’s talk. ?

  9. Dan from Georgia says:

    Michael and EricL! I too always peruse the links! Thanks much!

  10. bob1 says:

    One of the things I really like about the links is that they challenge me. I think it’s healthy to
    be exposed to various POVs when it comes to theology.

  11. EricL says:

    Glad the links are getting read. But for the record, I’m just support.

    Michael is the Great and Powerful Oz who brings all this magic together.

  12. Owen says:

    Add me to the list of faithful (ish) link readers. I appreciate the range of perspectives. Good to know what’s out there.
    Thanks for all the work. ?

  13. The Dude says:

    I really enjoy the links.Don’t comment very much but I’m a faithful follower.

  14. The New Victor says:

    Welch. The Whosoevers. Opinions are all over the map on this. I’ve hear Ryan Reis speak twice at our church, giving his testimony and also how he’s taken The Whosoevers into local high schools.

    I saw Korn open for metallica in the mid 90s in SFO.

  15. j2theperson says:

    The lonely Catholics link isn’t working.

  16. j2theperson says:

    The other kind of profanity article was a bit useless. If he has any tips for how to get my kid to stop complaining, I’m all ears, but me confronting her about it (which I have done multiple times) never seems to put an end to it. Thanks for making me feel like I’m failing as a parent. ?

  17. Em says:

    J2, you reminded me of my youngest who was an accomplished complainer… Her explanation? “I’m NOT complaining! I’m just talking about how it is!”. ?

  18. DavidP says:

    – I used to turn off James MacDonald when he was on the radio — he seemed to yell a lot, and not in a joyful/excited way that others like Tony Evans or early Billy Graham did. Hearing of his rage and bad temper do not surprise me.

    – I love CT. Sometimes its “down the middle” mentality is quite helpful and an oasis in the midst of sensationalism. Sometimes it comes back to bite them. This might be one of those latter times.

    – The Good Place is good, but Kim’s Convenience is one of the most charming shows on TV/Netflix. It can be a little rough around the edges, but it’s joyful and impressively uncynical.

    – There’s been a lot of “strange newfound respect” type stories about Christian Rock in the past year or so. Maybe because CCM seems to be a thing of the past (it’s mostly all church/worship music at this point), or rock is far less dominant, but it’s nice to see a least a little positive spin. It wasn’t all “Christian Version of Boy Bands” or “The Christian Nickelback” — The 80s and 90s had an interesting movement of alt/metal and folk bands that certainly deserve some belated accolades.

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