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Saturday, January 21, 2012

National "Adopt an Unvisited Post" Day

[Update: The greyed (or at least light-blued) out links have been visited already . But feel free to visit them anyway.  The more visits they get, the happier they'll be).
Alone they sit there: undesired, unwanted, unvisited. Hearest not thou their forlorn cries, dear reader? Havest not thou, in thine heart\ of hearts, a speck of compassion? Failest not, kind sir or kind ma'am, to spareth but a few seconds of thine time to makest one- or more!- of them feel loved. And what a fine selection we havest for thou to chooseth from:

 Deof Movestofca's Grand Web Tour #1: 20 links in 56 days No idea why this received no views when the Grand Web Tour #2 has received 7 when they're basically the only difference between the two is the links "toured". Why not check both out?

Apparel to avoid when teaching children about colors:This could confuse them (this is one of those jokes many people might not understand right away).

Man's problem: How the Bible answers our most important question- why we suffer, Theological problems with "God's Problems", Philosophical problems with "God's Problem", Bart Erhman's odd Job Let's just say I have a few disagreements with Mr. Ehrman

Six Signs that Your Depiction of Fundamentalists Relies More on Media Stereotypes than Historical Research That my response to "Ten Signs That You Might Be a Fundamentalist" has been removed seems to be one sign that some prefer to perpetuate the stereotypes to informing people what Fundamentalism originally stood for, Those who are confused about the two should check out this following link:

Who wants to be (able to identify) a Fundamentalist? It's like a game show you can play anywhere!

Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary: "Ocean: A body of water occupying 2/3 of a world made for man -- who has no gills." Just think of all that extra space we would have to live if we got rid of all that excess water. We might not have plate tectonics, which could make the planet uninhabitable, but we'd have a lot more living room (or at least room to live).

Ministry success: it's not about "our" success, it's about God's (Pen & Parchment, Parts 1 + 2) I would say that any ministry that simply presents the Gospel faithfully and accurately is already a success.

Venom: Whiniest. Supervillain. EVER! Blaming someone for exposing your false accusation of murder against an innocent person only makes you sound petty. Speaking of which...

You see you don't have to live like a pharisee...* I'm trying not to be a pharisee here (or Petty, Tom)..

Greed and envy: two sides of the same coin Unfortunately, they both keep returning like a bad penny.

Ascension-uating the positive With a pun that bad, it's got to be good!

The art of Revelations It's quite a revelation.

Seeing a way off the ship of death All ashore that's going ashore.

Feeling list-less? Here's 10 ways pastors fail their people I highly recommend Joe McKeever's blog to anyone who hasn't read it yet (as well as to anyone who has, too).

Web of Trust and the new censorship If you don't like a particular website's views, simply hope enough people give it a low rating so that it'll scare people away from it.

Saying "bah, humbug" to those who claim there's a "war on Christmas" Honestly, don't we have more important things to worry about?

"Denial" isn't just a river in Egypt- it's part of a Christian's call If you're going to talk the talk, you've got to walk the walk (like an Egyptian?).

Shedding a little light with Christmas music... Sorry, I've used up my quota of witty and/or ironic comments after links for the month.

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