Saturday, April 14, 2007
Thinking Blogger Awards
I obviously don't deserve this honor, but I have been selected for the Thinking Blogger Award. And I've been so busy that it has taken me over a week to post about it! In any case, I thank Granny for nominating me!

Here are the participation rules:

1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme
3. Optional: Proudly display the 'Thinking Blogger Award' with a link to the post that you wrote (here is an alternative silver version if gold doesn't fit your blog).

I decided to choose five blogs that are not well known but worth reading:

1) Steve Cowan. Cowan's a busy man and only posts occasionally, but I always enjoy reading what he has to say. After all, he edited the Zondervan Counterpoints book on Apologetics!
2) Jeff Downs. Jeff is a great apologetics and cult resource man. Unfortunately, he also is a Presbyterian and thinks that sprinkling babies is biblical. I guess I'll forgive him!
3) Kevin Larson. A great friend and a person who always holds my feet to the fire, challenging me to think through how we as Christians should engage our culture.
4) Jonathan Moorhead. I enjoy Jonathan's blog, but wish he'd finally abandon dispensationalism! Regardless, he has a good mix of humor and solid theological insight.
5) Matt Perry. Matt is a friend who graduated from seminary and is now pastoring a church. He's also another "Weird Al" fan--a rare breed for us evangelicals!

Make sure to check these blogs out!

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posted at 2:00 AM  
Comments (4)

At 4:52 AM, Blogger Jeff said...

Unfortunately, he also is a Presbyterian

Great! Now I'm sure Will Turner is going to chime in...

Thanks :)

At 10:53 AM, Anonymous Matthew R. Perry said...

Thanks for the honor, John!

At 9:43 PM, Blogger Granny said...

Unfortunately, he also is a Presbyterian and thinks that sprinkling babies is biblical.

Yes, well this Granny, after a half-century in the SBC, married to a former SB MK and pastor, has also come around to Jeff's position. We are now happily installed in a fellowship that practices both paedo- and credo-baptism depending on the conviction of the head of household. It's a refreshing and sweet way to worship, and several in our congregation have "morphed" with us in the past few years.

Blessings on you, John. I love your writing and am especially interested when you write on Mormonism, a keen interest of mine. You're on my Bloglines so I never miss a post!

At 8:17 AM, Blogger Jonathan Moorhead said...

Thanks John. You certainly deserve the prize. IMO you fall into the category with Justin Taylor of being informative with what's going on in the Christian world. Keep up the good work.

So when will you give up your catholic hangover with amillennialism and come to the light of dispensationalism?


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