Wednesday, February 24, 2010

McFlurry's McLinks (12)

Here's another fresh batch of McLinks straight from the interwebs via my Google Reader subscriptions:

On reading itself, Josh Harris shares Trevin Wax' reading goals, while Andy reflects on why teenagers prefer Twitter to blogging.

The Ugley Vicar questions Atheist Aid.

David Keen explains why he's giving up blogging for Lent good?

Stuff Christians Like considers the youthworker's uniform.

Dave Bish thinks about judgemental religion.

Kevin DeYoung has a helpful review of Brian McLaren's new book and McLarenism (as opposed to Christianity).

Cranmer reacts to "St Gerry" of Belfast.

Mark Dever was over in Northern Ireland recently, and for a limited time only, the audio of the conference sessions is available at Unashamed Workman.

And finally, this is a brilliant summary of Paul's message from Ray Ortlund: Him We Proclaim.

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