Stuff on the Blogosphere

PJ Miller brings up the Complimentarianism Issue in the USA: “The Southern Baptists are being asked how they can deny women the opportunity to lead/pastor a congregation but can support a woman as vice-leader [or possible leader some day] of a nation.” Do they have, as someone else is suggesting, a double standard?

– Blogs that highlight violence towards Christians in Orissa, India : Orissa Burning, Persecution Blog, Christian Persecution India

– Saw that my friend David Crowder played at the famous Parachute Festival in NZ.

– Paradigm shift in philanthropy. HT: GiftHub

Andrew

Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

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  • Andrew, I have spent probably too many hours this weekend reading all sorts of stuff on this subject, and I wonder if the “complementarians” would get all this yap if McCain had choosen Rommney, if they endorsed him, but would not invite an LDS fellow to speak from their pulpit. Maybe if Sarah Palin was Sam Palin they wouldn’t have “him” speak from their pulpit because he is charasmatic. I know it is not quite the same, but really, so they should vote for whom? We rarely, rarely get the opportunity to vote for someone who matches our thinking and actions one hundred percent. But people should what, vote for someone who they think could not do a good job running the country because he has the correct power tools to speak from their pulpit? We really need to spend the next fifty some odd days discussing this? We don’t have something else to throw into mental mastication?

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