Meta-Blogging: January 2007 Archives

The 159th Christian Carnival will be taking place this week at thoughtsofagyrovague. The Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of some of the best posts of the Christian blogosphere. It's open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. One of the goals of this carnival is to offer our readers to a broad range of Christian thought. This is a great way to make your writing more well known and perhaps pick up some regular readers. For examples of past carnivals, see Matt Jones's list of previous Christian Carnivals.

To enter is simple. First, your post should be of a Christian nature, but this does not exclude posts that are about home life, politics, or current events from a Christian point of view. Second, please submit only one post dated since the last Christian Carnival (i.e. from last Wednesday through this coming Tuesday).

Then do the following:

Christian Carnival CLVIII

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The 158th Christian Carnival is up at Participatory Bible Study Blog.

The 158th Christian Carnival will be taking place this week at Participatory Bible Blog. The Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of some of the best posts of the Christian blogosphere. It's open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. One of the goals of this carnival is to offer our readers to a broad range of Christian thought. This is a great way to make your writing more well known and perhaps pick up some regular readers. For examples of past carnivals, see Matt Jones's list of previous Christian Carnivals.

To enter is simple. First, your post should be of a Christian nature, but this does not exclude posts that are about home life, politics, or current events from a Christian point of view. Second, please submit only one post dated since the last Christian Carnival (i.e. from last Wednesday through this coming Tuesday).

Then do the following:

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I don't have enough time to put together a more substantial post today, so here are some more ways people have found me recently.

Anselm proslogion misinterpreted as philosophical argument
I'm not sure it's fair to treat the whole work as a philosophical argument, but it certainly contains many. Who is claiming that Anselm wasn't doing philosophy? That's patently false.

conditional love same sex parents emotional vampires
If this is looking for what I think it's looking for, then what does it have to do with same sex parents? The same argument has some pretty despicable implications about any adoptive parents. See Wink's post for a more detailed argument.

is there any evidence that pornography leads to perverted sexuality?
Doesn't the use of pornography itself constitute perverted sexuality? After all, wouldn't we consider it a perversion of our dietary appetite if we sat around and took great delight in the appearance of pictures of food while imagining what it would be like to eat it? How much more so when the object of desire is a person, who by the very nature of pornography is not taking part in the sexual goings-on. Now if it leads to other kinds of perverted sexuality, that's not something I know enough about.

which is the worst sin smoking or drinking
If those are your only candidates for the worst sin, something's wrong.

How can you get rid of a child without having an abortion?
The legal method is called adoption. The illegal methods are called infanticide and abandonment.

wat dose sex mean?
Six.

The 157th Christian Carnival will be taking place this week at Imago Dei. The Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of some of the best posts of the Christian blogosphere. It's open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. One of the goals of this carnival is to offer our readers to a broad range of Christian thought. This is a great way to make your writing more well known and perhaps pick up some regular readers. For examples of past carnivals, see Matt Jones's list of previous Christian Carnivals.

To enter is simple. First, your post should be of a Christian nature, but this does not exclude posts that are about home life, politics, or current events from a Christian point of view. Second, please submit only one post dated since the last Christian Carnival (i.e. from last Wednesday through this coming Tuesday).

Then do the following:

Welcome to the 156th Christian Carnival. I usually put together a nice theme when I host, but even though I've been on break from teaching we've been both sick and busy at the Pierce residence, which left me without much time to put together anything interesting. As a result, I'm going with the old standby and putting all the posts exactly in the order they were submitted, with one minor modification. I've decided due to a fairly low turnout this week to add several of my own picks of good posts from Christian blogger who didn't submit posts this week. Those who submitted posts get first priority in the order I received them, and the sneak-ins appear after mine at the end. Given the low turnout, I will still consider late submissions, which I will add to the end if there are any. On to the Carnival...

Tyler Williams posts some highlights from biblical studies blogs from 2006. Check out my appearance during the month of June.

The 41st Philosophers' Carnival is at Westminster Wisdom.

The 156th Christian Carnival will be taking place this week right here at Parableman. The Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of some of the best posts of the Christian blogosphere. It's open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. One of the goals of this carnival is to offer our readers to a broad range of Christian thought. This is a great way to make your writing more well known and perhaps pick up some regular readers. For examples of past carnivals, see Matt Jones's list of previous Christian Carnivals.

To enter is simple. First, your post should be of a Christian nature, but this does not exclude posts that are about home life, politics, or current events from a Christian point of view. Second, please submit only one post dated since the last Christian Carnival (i.e. from last Wednesday through this coming Tuesday).

Then do the following:

The 13th Biblical Studies Carnival is at Codex, covering posts from the month of December. I don't post a lot that I think is worth submitting to this carnival, and I have a very strict policy of not linking to carnivals I'm not in so as not to undermine the gratitude links I give to ones that I am in. I recommend it every month, but this time I can link to it. If you want to keep up with the Biblical Studies Carnival in general, just remember that each one appears in the first week of the month containing posts from throughout the previous month, and you can always check Tyler's main page for it for the link to the most recent one.

Christian Carnival CLV

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The 155th Christian Carnival is at Wittenberg Gate.

Site Problem

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For some reason the individual archive page for my last post and the January 2007 archive aren't accessible. That means no one can read more than the first two paragraphs of my last post (unless you read it in an RSS reader, which for some reason is working fine), and no one can comment on it. I'm guessing the same will be true of this post. I'm not sure what's going on at this point, but I'll let you know when things have been resolved.

Update: Interestingly, posting a new post seems to have solved the problem when a complete site rebuild did not. I don't know what the issue is, but I guess it's now resolved.

Update 2: Or maybe Matthew fixed it while I was writing the second post. It turns out he was making some changes at the same time.

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