Challenging post if you are American: connexions: Are Americans In Love With War?.
So how do you spell hoisted and petard? See Better Bibles Blog: ESV person and number changes.
Sound interesting: A house to save the planet and people at Grand Designs Live 2006.
Another good thing from Christian Aid. Via Christian agency proposes new way of living to survive climate change.
Then this Greenpeace: I love my Mac. I just wish it came in green is just the site for you.
Hat tip: Five One: GreenApples.
You could argue that there is a conflict between Maggi in liturgical language, newness and cultural "relevance" (she quotes AKMA: Linguae Francae, Dialects, Pidgins, and Gibberish) and what I wrote in 42: Buzzwords say all the wrong things (Richard linked to it at connexions: Buzzwords say all the wrong things).
However, in fact I think there is a huge overlap in what we are saying.
Out with fashionable buzzwords, out with archaic language that is kept for the wrong reasons.
In with carefully thought out language that is simple yet expressive with richness.
The list of "10 Beliefs of an Unhealthy Faith" at Straight, Not Narrow: WHOSOEVER: Unhealthy Faith is pretty good. Worth thinking about.
Jane asked if I knew of any blogs for/by women on cycling. Not so far, so I had a quick look. This is what I have found. More suggestions welcomed.
A pretty good roll model The Recumbent Blog: Million Mile Man.
PS Yes I did mean to type roll instead of role.
This Buzzwords say all the wrong things – Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals) is not just true for websites. It applies to churches and theology too. The only difference is that it matters more in the case of churches and theology.
Watch your language folks!