Links on Friday

Carrying on with what he wrote last week, Ben Myers at Faith & Theology posts about the stupidest hymn ever written. Unfortunately, it’s Charles Wesley’s. I guess even Charles can’t hit a home run every time (for British readers: insert your own sports metaphor here).

Ben Witherington posts an interview with Bishop Tom Wright covering Wright’s book, Surprised by Hope.

Nick Norelli at Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth brings us the 2009 Trinity Blogging Summit. Lots of great articles here on the doctrine of the Trinity.

Maggi Dawn gives what will surely be an unpopular opinion on the greetings card created Mothering Sunday (the 4th Sunday in Lent in the UK). I say unpopular because as any American minister knows what happens when she or he dares to celebrate Pentecost over Mother’s Day (second Sunday in May in the US). I quite agree with Maggi on this, and I am continuing the Lectionary readings for the 4th Sunday in Lent.

Sally Coleman of Eternal Echoes is looking for the Holy Spirit in Luke 13.18-21.

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