I Miss the iMonk

kinnon —  December 4, 2010 — 8 Comments

Blogdom is simply not as interesting, challenging or as much fun without Michael Spencer's voice. And I really miss our email conversations. Sigh.

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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.

8 responses to I Miss the iMonk

  1. Me too.

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  2. I was just thinking this the other day myself. :^/

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  3. J. Michael Matkin December 5, 2010 at 1:13 am

    ugh. You had to remind me. I miss the brother, too.

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  4. I gave his book to one of our students the other day, sparking a good hour long conversation about him. What an impact he left through his life and friendship.

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  5. thanks to God for him and his prophetic presence in the Body of Christ…

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  6. I miss the iMonk too.

    Never met him physically but his writings always blessed me because after reading iMonk, I felt like I knew him.

    The missing of iMonk was further amplified when Dan at Cerulean Sanctum posted that angry and uncalled for rebuke he received from a dissenter claiming that God’s wrath was on the iMonk and that iMonk’s death was the final straw of God’s wrath placed upon iMonk.

    RIP iMonk

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  7. That email on DLE's post was what triggered this one, OFT.

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  8. Me too, Bill. the iMOnk was a regular stop for me in my regular habit of perusing the Web.

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