Shared Items – March 15, 2011

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Daring Fireball – The Abuse of Private ManningMarch 15, 2011 22 Words – A flowchart to help you determine if you’re having a rational discussionMarch 15, 2011 Boing Boing – War on the PC and the network: copyright was just the startMarch 15, 2011 Storied Theology – Fearsome HeightsMarch 14, 2011 22 Words – Just […]

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The End of Intelligent Design? | First Things "It is time to take stock: What has the intelligent design movement achieved? As science, nothing. The goal of science is to increase our understanding of the natural world, and there is not a single phenomenon that we understand better today or are likely to understand better […]

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Storied Theology » That Violence Thing Isn’t Important Now, Is It? Er…. I've never understood the fascination with Mixed Martial Arts, which seem to be awfully popular among a lot of Acts 29 types… (or maybe just for the Acts29 founder?) Daniel Kirk pretty much nails the point of my discomfort. (tags: christianity mixed_martial_arts violence)

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microclesia ? Blog Archive » Wired to Contribute "Religious / clergy-based leadership often behaves like an overbearing conductor, not partnering with the orchestra but managing and controlling the musical conversation. Talgam concludes, “The worst damage I can inflict on my orchestra is to give them a clear instruction, for it prevents the sectional ensembles from […]

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Storied Theology » Authenticity Part 3c: Sexuality "As I indicated in the first post in this series, I think authenticity is important, even indispensable in Christian communities. But it is not a sufficient rule of practice to tell us either how to act (because we’re being authentic) or how we shouldn’t (because doing a particular […]

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Storied Theology » Authenticity Part 3b: Forgiveness and Anger "First, did you notice that our worship of God is given back-seat to our relationships with God’s children? Against our individualistic tendencies that see worship as a matter between me and God, or my heart alone before God, this passage says no, the quality of your […]