Monday, May 07, 2007
Here's a few interesting links:

Dave Fitch on why it's harder to plant a missional community than to grow a mega-church.

Joshua Case on three different ways to define what it means to be a "Christian" in the world.

Christianity in the News on discrimination against pagans and druids.

A Victorian era Christian free-love commune in upstate New York (where else). (link via Dan Harlow)

And a truly disturbing Chick Tract.

posted by Mike Clawson at 1:37 PM | Permalink |


At 5/07/2007 06:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous

i had to make sure what that word mean pensees first glance and pronuncion i thought it was something else..


At 5/07/2007 07:06:00 PM, Anonymous Dan Harlow

Mike, that Chick tract ... oh brother that was disturbing for SO many reasons.


At 5/07/2007 08:44:00 PM, Blogger Mike Clawson

Yeah Nony Mouse, I get that a lot. ;)


At 5/08/2007 08:02:00 AM, Blogger PrincessMax

I am impressed that in the Chick Tract, the frame that shows "evil people" includes not only a classic Halloween witch, a frenzied Muslim and a Chinese Communist but also what looks to be either an archeologist or a cannibal with a pith helmet.



At 5/08/2007 08:32:00 AM, Blogger Joe

Hmm I can think of half a dozen questions about that Oneida community, but to be honest, they are probably best unsaid.


At 5/08/2007 08:55:00 AM, Blogger M James

"I've been a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids for 13 years," Andy Pecenke said.

And for follow up comment, the principal replied; "Funny, she doesn't look druish!"

You should check out their site:

Semi-interesting read.


At 5/13/2007 09:34:00 AM, Blogger Spook

Are there any Chick tracts that aren't at least a little disturbing?


At 5/13/2007 03:47:00 PM, Blogger Mike Clawson

True... though most I can read for their comedic value. If you forget the fact that some people actually believe that stuff, they're really quite funny.


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