Tag: Blogger

Coming Out

New blogger Matthew Franklin Jones talks about the need to share your story. A major weakness of American (conservative) Christianity has been the tendency to respond to LGBTQ people and their stories with bloodless dogma. LGBTQ people are often kept

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Holocaust Memorial Day

For a great example of how to do media properly and be internet friendly, check out the “Blogger’s Pack” for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day.  There are web friendly pictures, a great guide on the key themes and a link

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A subtle shift?

Randy Thomas, VP at Exodus and blogger about all kinds of things has written an interesting post in response to a comment on his site. Here is a link to John Piper’s website.  It’s only to his larger website because

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815 Goes for the Kill

What happens when someone is the lead blogger at the most widely read Conservative Anglican website in the world, and you don’t like it? Do you take the Christian attitude and try to engage in dialogue? Do you wrestle with

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The Liberal Denial of Grace

Once in a while a new story breaks that lets people show their true colours. Once in a while the way bloggers respond to a revelation shows where they really lie. This weekend has provided such a moment. Late on

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40 Years On

Channel 4 in the UK has been running a fascinating series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Crimes Act which legalised gay sex (sodomy to be specific) for consenting adults over the age of 21. Probably

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