Thinking Out Loud

January 13, 2016

Wednesday Link List

Bible Loving Cat

While the NIV dominates some demographic sectors, the God’s Word translation is clearly tops among middle-aged male felines*…  

→→ Before we begin the links today, I need to share something with regular readers. In the not-too-distant past, for a period of 22 months, this weekly link list appeared at PARSE, the blog of Leadership Journal, a division of Christianity Today. For a brief period of time, the people at CT were family, and there are several with whom I still keep in touch.

Yesterday, we were somewhat shocked to learn of the closing of Leadership Journal, which has served the North American church since 1980.   You can learn more about the closure at this announcement. Some of the issues and analysis previously raised at Leadership Journal will be incorporated in a new section of CT called The Local Church. You can learn more about that at this link

Now we return you back to our regular programming…

nothing to say

*Simply doing what the internet does best: posting pictures of cats.



  1. Had to read your announcement twice (and then follow the link) to make sure I understood. Until you mentioned “a new section of CT…” I thought you saying Christianity Today was shutting down.

    Our state association newspaper, The Christian Index, announced a few months ago they would end the bi-weekly print edition. They made the website free for everyone and post links on Facebook and what not on a regular basis. In the last print edition on Dec. 24th, they announced a couple of new formats for 2016. One thing they will do is produce a 4 page pdf which you can print at home. They suggest churches make copies available to seniors and others that may loose access when the physical paper goes away.

    Comment by Clark Bunch — January 13, 2016 @ 10:54 am

  2. […] week, thanks to the Wednesday Link List, I read another Patheos article that seemed to defend worshiptainment. David Murrow on the Church […]

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