A Few Bloggers to Note

kinnon —  October 27, 2007 — 2 Comments

Coming out of the Seabeck un-conference Missional Order event, a number of bloggers have come into focus. The Bjerkanders, Lori and Rickard, the abisomething herself, Peggy Brown (who did such great work on the Virtual Voices Wikiklesia Project – and has some of the best pics from the un-conference), Northumbrian Pete Askew (sort of, since Pete’s only managed to put up a first post) and fellow traveller with my wife and myself, Glenn Hatcher – we only discovered our shared roots with Glenn upon meeting at Seabeck.

Glenn, blogging with his wife, Phyllis shared this quote on his blog earlier in the week.

“Christianity started out in Palestine as a fellowship; it moved to Greece and became a philosophy; it moved to Italy and became an institution; it moved to Europe and became a culture; it came to America and became an enterprise.” – Sam Pascoe, American scholar*

*Note that this quote is also attributed to the former chaplain to the US Senate, Richard Halverson.



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to A Few Bloggers to Note

  1. It’s kinda cool to see all the blog activity. It’s becomming something fun Lori and I do together.

  2. Thanks for these links…and your kind words about the book. Now, what does that remind me of…hmmm…maybe Imbi remembers.

    I am glad to see Rickard and Lori’s sites working–I had been unable to get to them for days! And now I’m so many posts behind… :^(

    I am a bit confused, though (nothing new there)–Mark and Pete seem to link to the same blog. Can you help clarify?

    I’m happy that you enjoyed my little picture gallery–I’m usually the most pitiful of visual historians. I was in Thailand for two years and maybe have five pictures!

    …and that’s AbiSomeONE not THING …don’t make me get out my ruler, young William! ;^)


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