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Monday, October 15, 2007

for your reading pleasure

Some thought-provoking posts from around the blogosphere. I may start making this a regular feature of it seems to me... since I'm not finding much time for writing myself.

Lingamish says personal devotions are unbiblical. In a followup, more nuanced post, he argues that common prayer is far too uncommon, and suggests that we might grow more in our faith if we grow with a group.

Daylight Atheism looks at the principles upon which the United States was founded -- and contrasts them with biblical teaching -- to answer the question, Is America a Christian nation?

Michael Westmoreland-White gives some historical background on the Nobel Peace Prize, and how the Nobel committee understands "peacemaker."

And food for the right side of the brain: Christine at Quiet Paths offers haiku and glimpses of fall.



At 10/16/2007 12:10 PM, Anonymous Christine said...

Thank you for the link, Bruce! also thanks for the article on the Nobel prize as I had forgotten many of those fact about it.

At 10/18/2007 8:36 AM, Blogger Jeff Greathouse said...

just beginning to read two books that deal with the christian nation question ...



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