Does it seem like the presidential campaign has been going on forever? Now all the state office candidates are running their mud-slinging ads on TV. I'll be so glad when November 5 comes and the ads, blogs, e-mails, etc., will be gone.
Here's a great story.
Tim Hill has an interesting take on the election.
Alan Hirsch answers an important question.
Are you a faith blogger?
Brother Maynard takes on the church leadership culture.
Len at NextReformation talks about "church".
This has good potential. (HT: Jonathan Brink)
This is amazing!
Michael Spencer is a reductionist?
This just isn't right. (HT: Scot McKnight)
Internetmonk does an interview with Julie Neidlinger about leaving church.
Good post on textual criticism. (HT: Conservative Reformed Mafia)
Paglia on Palin. (HT: Bob Hyatt)
Camille Lewis takes a look back.
It looks like God is going to be making some changes around these parts. We'll see what happens.
Have a great weekend!
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