Blogs of the Week

I’m trying to get through my entire blogroll each week, but the book on prayer has kept me so busy I’ve not visited them all. Kris reads perhaps even more than I do, but I’ve found the following blogs this week to be especially interesting or provocative or courageous.
1. Sherman Kuek’s exploration of faith as relational (at Steve Bush’s ThinkTank). You can link to Sherman’s site and find this lengthy series on the Way of Jesus. Good insights.
2. Bob Robinson’s posts about postmodernity.
3. Brother Maynard’s post that took off on my own post on fountain pens to become hymnic.
4. Steve McCoy taking on the SBC and legalism.
5. Ryan Bolger’s observations about the emerging distinctives.
6. Jim Martin’s glowing report about why he likes to pastor.
7. Mark Roberts series on the Jesus Seminar.

About Scot McKnight

Scot McKnight is a recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. McKnight, author of more than forty books, is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL.

  • http://www.organicchurch.net/archives/2005/09/19/what-i-love-about-being-a-pastor/ Anonymous

    Organic Church » What I love about being a pastor

    [...] Scot Mcknight recently pointed to this post by Jim Martin on why he likes being a pastor. [...]

  • http://sivinkit.net/ Sivin Kit

    I finding it quite a challenge to keep up with some of the quality blog posts lately … for Sherman he’s really been prolific since he started this year … % hope to sit down and digest Bob’s posts on postmodernity and I still trying to catch up with yours.

  • http://www.subversiveinfluence.com/wordpress/ Brother Maynard

    Honoured to be on the list… thanks for the link Scot, you place me in some very good company here.


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