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Tuesday, 07 February 2006

Around the Blogs

Just a few clippings from the blogging world that others maybe interested in checking and that overlap to some degree or another with my own interests.

Ten Propositions on the Trinity: by Kim Fabricius and posted by Ben Myers. Very helpful statements on the shape and significance of trinitarian faith. If you thought that the Trinity was like a trifle (you know ... 3 layers yet 1 pudding) then read these for your edification.

Mark Taylor on Derrida: why is Derrida important? Find out here in a thoughtful and moving reflection by Mark Taylor on the great philosopher's life and work

New Songs for Worship: Chris Tilling's wonderful and fantastic series publishing the fruits of Chris Tilling's Really Very Holy Ministries. If these new worship songs were used inmany of our Baptist churches it would substantially increase the theological depth of the worship at a stroke. You will find them here, here, here and here.  Update: Chris clearly now reads German so easily that compared to other NT PhD students he has time to spare, so here are two further contributions here and here.

16:35 Posted in Blog | Permalink | Comments (3)


Interesting mix of fun and serious stuff here! But suitable for a bit of 'brianing'.

Are you absolutely sure you didn't invent this 'trinity as trifle' allusion - I've never heard anyone else use it? And since you introduced it, it has been a great worry to me (not) how to understand the role of the place of the spongey stuff in the bottom and the hundreds and thousands on the top!

Posted by: Catriona | Tuesday, 07 February 2006

Hi Sean. I like the hymn you posted in Chris Tilling's comments too -- I've just added a comment about your chorus.

Posted by: Ben Myers | Wednesday, 08 February 2006

Guilty as charged - far too much time on my hands. I really ought to get on with some more exegesis ...

Posted by: Chris Tilling | Friday, 10 February 2006

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