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Christian Carnival CCII

I’m hosting the 202nd edition of the renown Christian Carnival. The Christian Carnival is a weekly recap of the thoughts and musings of Christian blog writers. It’s a great way to discover new blogs that you have never before read. It’s also a great way to catch up on current thoughts, trends, and news. Topics ranging from cinema, politics, Biblical Study and/or Christian parenting are usually covered in these Carnivals. It’s good reading. The diversity of theological thought is surprising too. Be sure to check out the following links! You may just find a brand new blog to add your feed reader! Peace.

Is Mike Huckabee right to credit God with his rise in the polls? Adam Graham investigates the issue in a post titled Providence and Politics.

An interesting faith/money question is discussed as Free Money Finance presents Does Your Pastor Check Your Giving Record?.

Chris Brooks of Homeward Bound presents a collection of thoughts on reading broadly and includes lists of useful books from various thinkers across the blogosphere in a post titled On Reading: Thoughts and Lists.

Mark Olson thinks that Patriarchy gets a bad rap and offers his thoughts on the matter in On Patriarchy and Men (and Women) of Straw posted at Pseudo-Polymath. Personally, I believe Patriarchy of the Biblical sort is better off left behind, where it belongs.

Marty Duren takes a look at an astounding statement included in a book titled The End of Faith by Sam Harris. Sam Harris, in that book, writes, “Some propositions are so dangerous that it may even be ethical to kill people for believing them.” You can read Marty’s thoughts in a post titled Genocide of the Faithful?

Lillie Ammann offers tips for Bible study (hear, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the Word) in Reading the Bible: Part 2 - Reading to Learn and Understand. Her post can be found at A Writer’s Words, An Editor’s Eye.

Annette presents Inspiration from John the Baptist posted at Fish and Cans. Annette notes: John the Baptist: fore-runner to Christ. He came to “prepare the way of the Lord”. This was his task. He went about it single-mindedly. He was even willing to take on the established religious leadership of the day … the Pharisees and Sadducees. Nothing stopped his message of repentance.

Richard H. Anderson presents Rewriting Daniel 7 posted at dokeo kago grapho soi kratistos Theophilos.

Doug presents Does it matter what Paul meant? posted at Bounded Irrationality. In this post, Doug reflects on the age old interpretive question: “What was Paul trying to say?” He then asks, “Does it even matter what the human author meant? Would Paul be able to fully interpret his own Epistles?” Interesting.

Pastor Matt presents Whoever Hates His Brother Is Still In Darkness posted at River City Redemption Project.

Sherman Haywood Cox II presents Napoleon Harris - My First Preaching Experience and Suggestions for New Preachers posted at Soul Preaching. Minister Napoleon Harris describes his first preaching experience and gives suggestions to new preachers.

Sunny believes that Christians have a responsibility to keep Christ in Christmas. This article offers readers a few suggestions that will help those who want to teach young children how to honor the Advent season: Advent Activities for Young Children posted at Observation and Principles.

Dana presents Thoughts on the Westroads Mall shooting posted at Principled Discovery. We all should take some time out of our day to pray for and remember all who were involved in this tragedy.

Jeremy Pierce presents Huckabee and Divine Providence posted at Parableman. Jeremy notes: Mike Huckabee is taking some serious criticism for expressing what amounts to the historic Christian view of divine providence.

Henry Neufeld presents Of Trees, Forests, and Bible Study posted at Participatory Bible Study Blog. Getting multiple perspectives in Bible study can be critical.


  1. Posted December 12, 2007 at 7:30 am | Permalink

    Looks like quite an assortment. Thanks for your commitment linking together Christian bloggers. I’ll look forward to checking these out in the coming weeks.

  2. Posted December 12, 2007 at 9:42 am | Permalink

    Thanks for hosting the carnival and including my post.

  3. Posted December 12, 2007 at 9:50 am | Permalink

    @Pistol: An assortment, indeed!

    @Lillie: No problem! It was a honor!

  4. Posted December 13, 2007 at 12:51 pm | Permalink

    Thanks so much for hosting the Carnival and including my post. God bless,

  5. Posted December 14, 2007 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    How can I find out where next week’s carnival will be…and to whom to submit posts?

  6. Posted December 14, 2007 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    @Pastor Matt: No problem! It was my pleasure!

    @Kerry: The Carnival Homepage is here. The first step is to join the group and get on the mailing list! BTW: Your blog is brand new to me and I think it’s great! Well done!

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