New links

I've entered (or will be entering, depending on when you're reading this) a couple of new links at the left.

The first is kendallball.net. I found Greg through Radical Congruency. He's pursuing his Master of Arts in Missions degree right now at a Church of Christ college (I think, but I don't know which one!) I enjoy reading his stuff and I really like finding folks who are from a Church of Christ heritage. I surf over to his place pretty regularly.

The second is the blog at New Wineskins Magazine. Another link found through Radical Congruency, New Wineskins is a magazine that is not Church of Christ affiliated (that I can tell) but most of the folks there come from a Restoration movement background. Greg does some writing there too along with several others.

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It's time I updated my blogroll. I use this as sort of my favorites list. These sites are places I visit regularly, particularly the Blogs and Forums, most of which I visit daily. First, I've removed kendallball.net as Greg has... Read More

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Thanks for the linkage, Doug.
The college in question is the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University.

Just FYI

You're welcome.

Abilene, huh? That's one CoC university I've heard of. I've become aware that there are several out there. In my silly, holier-than-thou, isolationist ICoC history, I never became aware of much of anything CoC or restoration movement in general. In fact, there was a restoration movement (Christian Churches) school right in Cincinnati where I was converted (Cinncinnati Christian University, formerly Cincinnati Bible College) and I didn't even know it. I was a foolish soul in my spiritual youth.



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  • Thanks for the linkage, Doug. The college in question is the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University. Just FYI...

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