Seriously Good Conversations

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Here are a few SGCs from this week:
1. the church and postmodern culture’s ‘What in hell would Jesus Do? A deconstructive reflection on Holy Saturday’
2. Jordan Buckley’s ‘Slavery, Palin and Simple’
3. Paul Mayers’ ‘A pew for one, please…’
4. Mike Todd’s ‘Time for a Change’
5. Prodigal Kiwi’s ‘Anglican Priesthood: Some Thoughts and Some Questions at the start of 2008’
6. Laura Anne’s ‘Pro “Informed” Choice’ at Jason Clark.ws. Please don’t miss this very lively conversation!!!
And for those of you looking for a video to watch, check out Jim Wallis on the Daily Show! Whoo Hoo!! WELL DONE JIM!!!!!

And finally, my book suggestion for the week is Serve God, Save the Planet, by Matthew Sleeth. Now President of Arocha USA. Check it out and challenge your self, your family, and your community a God in care of the cosmos.
have a great weekend…
joshua

3 thoughts on “Seriously Good Conversations

  1. Thanks for the mention Joshua, and thanks too for the recommendation regards Matthew Sleeth’s book. O have friends down here in NZ who are involved in Arocha.

  2. “Hello, my name is Dustin and I work with a Christian enviromental organization called Christians in Conservation: A Rocha USA. . . .”
    That is what I am supposed to say, anyway, because you mentioned Dr. Sleeth and his book in your post. You already know about A Rocha, though, so there is actually not much that I can tell you. I suppose I can recommend to you the site for the book, which is http://www.servegodsavetheplanet.com.
    Have a nice day.

  3. “Hello, my name is Dustin and I work with a Christian enviromental organization called Christians in Conservation: A Rocha USA. . . .”
    That is what I am supposed to say, anyway, because you mentioned Dr. Sleeth and his book in your post. You already know about A Rocha, though, so there is actually not much that I can tell you. I suppose I can recommend to you the site for the book, which is http://www.servegodsavetheplanet.com.
    Have a nice day.

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