I am assembling a special roundup with your reflections on the end of the year. There are already some very good top 10 lists and year end reflections filed away safely in my Google Reader awaiting redaction. I have been blessed to share vicariously (blogopsherically?) in your lives and musings and ministries these past months. I’d like you to consider the year and share your thoughts in a blog post.
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So that nobody gets left out inadvertently, send a link to firstname.lastname@example.org and that will ensure that your year end blog post is included. The deadline for submissions will be Sunday, December 30th at 4pm. The roundup will go up on New Year’s Eve. So take a few minutes to consider the rich blessings that God in Christ has poured upon you this past year, the ups and the downs, and the changing seasons of life, and we will join you in giving thanks.
This week, an abbreviated roundup, where we revisit Abortion and the white-hot race in the Iowa Caucuses.
Sanctity of Human Life
- Kevin Hash recounts a tale of survival in utero.
- W. Hank Balch
- Demer Webb questions States’ Rights when it comes to abortion.
Aaron O’Kelley‘s thoughts on the immorality of Abortion are informed by the doctrine of the Incarnation. A good read.
- Bryan Lilly might be on to something with his thoughts about how a pro-life perspective would play itself out on the issue of health insurance.
- Russell Moore posted a reprint from Touchstone Magazine where he describes the Ecumenism that exists in the Abortion Clinic waiting room.
- W. Hank Balch thinks he likes Ron Paul. Apparently The Man With Two First Names has Francis Schaeffer to thank. (But he has left his “I Like Mike” banner up.) UPDATE: The Ronulans have discovered his post and left about a jillion comments.
- Danny McDonald is re-assessing his approach to Democrat v. Republican politics in light of Richard Land‘s new book, The Divided States of America.