Thinking Out Loud

October 29, 2008

The Sarah Palin Internet Hook

Filed under: politics — Tags: , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 7:27 pm

Christianity Today‘s editorial on evangelicalism that uses Sarah Palin as a hook generated quite a reaction on the main site.

Anything on Sarah Palin seems to guarantee strong reactions. See The Boston Globe‘s Michael Paulson post on comments.

“In my own brief blogging career, Sarah Palin has been the gift that keeps on giving — she has generated an astonishing number of comments, from both ends of the political, and theological, spectrum, many of them saturated with incredible hostility directed by the non-religious at the religious and vice versa.”

This entire article originally posted October 29, at the Christianity Today politics blog; written by Sarah Pulliam and posted here just to see how OUR blog traffic goes up after running it!!!

Photo insert:  This book from TYNDALE, a Christian publishing house, was one of the first out of the starting gate.



  1. If you’ve seen Sarah Palin’s interviews with Katie Couric, you will be disappointed with her as a candidate. She is clearly not ready to be vice president.

    Comment by Hmm — October 29, 2008 @ 11:35 pm

  2. I like the part where she was asked what media she reads, and she couldn’t name a single one. I mean all she had to do was make something up. Washington Post. USA Today. New York Times. Anything. No one would be able to disprove it, since she could be reading online. But nothing.

    Comment by Paul Wilkinson — October 30, 2008 @ 9:29 am

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