Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Blog of the week: Christians in context

Our new blog of the week is Christians in Context. If you think conservative Reformed blogging has to be narrow and humourless, then these guys will prove you wrong. While you’re there, you might also like to check out their Theologica forum, and their popular Theological Word of the Day widget.

4 Comments:

Nick said...

You seem to be fairly regularly intolerant of conservative Reformed believers. I know we can produce a lot of idiots, but hey, every camp does. Yet it doesn't help when you take cheap shots left and right without interacting with the heart of the position that has attracted so many Christians over the centuries. Grace and peace.

Ben Myers said...

Hi Nick. Sorry if I come across as intolerant. I'm Reformed myself, which is perhaps why I'm less patient with some versions of Reformed theology. But it's nothing personal...

Mykel G. Larson said...

From their site, their "mission statement."

Committed to discussing orthodox Christian truths and interacting with contemporary and historical trends within the church and culture.

Hmmmm, something missing here I think. What do you guys think? Seems like a formula for endless arguing and posturing. ;)

Yes, no more [-M-] sigs.

Hitchcock said...

Ben, have you blogged on what it means to be "Reformed"? I'd be interested in seeing your taxonomy of the Calvinistic family, and the varying ways each camp uses the term. I've been fascinated with the very different associations the word conjures up in the UK, especially in contrast to midwest America.


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