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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Protestant Knee-Jerking

Philip Meade is a great blogging buddy over at The Beast's Lair whom I've enjoyed reading for quite some time. Currently, I believe, he is a student at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY whose president, by the way, Albert Mohler, is an active blogger himself. See here for President Mohler's always engaging blog.

I love reading Phil's blog because he seems to like a lot of the things I like, such as scary movies, theme parks, pop culture, and theology. Of course, he's a Southern Baptist and I'm a pretty traditional Lutheran so we wouldn't see eye-to-eye on everything. But one thing I do so enjoy is discovering how much common ground we really have. At least that is how it seems to me. I don't mean this in the sense that either one of us waters down our distinctives but in the sense that we both spring from a common Western Christian Reformational tradition.

All that having been said, I want to direct you to a very fine post he wrote recently that I think expresses views I too have long held. Here is The Knee-Jerk Effect.

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2 comments:

Doorman-Priest said...

It was, indeed, a very good post. Thanks for drawing it to our attention.

The Beast said...

Thank you for linking to my post and for being such a positive highlight to the blogging community. Your blog remains one of my favorites.

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