I don’t have too much to say today, but there’s been a few interesting things going on in the blogosphere.
There’s a good discussion at theRubicon about the place of married women officers in the Salvation Army. From its very earliest days women have been able to fill all positions in the organisation, but it doesn’t work that way in practice, especially when the woman is married.
Jason Davies-Kildea explains why he can’t be a fundamentalist. I have a different story to tell, but I agree with him completely.
Kay celebrates the fact that Christianity is a living tradition and that the Bible isn’t anywhere as clean cut as we’d like.
Kevin Kelly wonders how Christianity is going to evolve over the next 1000 years.
If you can’t decide what to buy me for Christmas, or you simply like your Bible’s robust and readable, you could do worse than looking at the Bible Design Blog. [Note: if you do decide to buy me something, I prefer the NRSV. Just sayin’…]
Well, that’s enough for now. Happy reading!
One thought on “A few interesting links”
Regarding Jason’s fundamentalism post, I’ve put a comment on there giving a few of my thoughts. I’d be interested to hear your story.