I’ve added some new links to my blogroll. These are the sites I enjoy visiting over and over again. There are a couple of new articles to be read/appreciated/digested almost every week (Triablogue seems to add several new things every day). Below are descriptions of some of these links, and brief explanations why I find them enjoyable. Drop by their place and see if our tastes match. Even if they don’t, I doubt you’ll come away from visiting these sites empty-handed.
First, there’s the website of Dr. James White, Alpha and Omega Ministries. This is, in my opinion, probably one of the world’s best Christian debaters. Visit his site and you’ll see articles and audio files tackling everything from Islam to KJV-Onlyists, to Jehovah’s Witnesses, to… well just about everybody. Dr. White is currently on a ministry cruise (you can see details on his website), but his colleagues are doing a fine job manning the fort.
Second, the Narrow Mind is the podcast of Pastor Gene Cook Jr. He and his friends provide different show types every day. There’s Eschatology Tuesday, wherein they discuss end times in general and (currently) the book of Revelation in particular. There’s also Atheistic Wednesday, where atheists are invited to interact with the hosts. A warning though: Some of the music Gene chooses for his show can be a bit loud for some people. (The link I provide here takes you to Unchained Radio. To download and listen to their programs click on the image of the eye peeking through the keyhole, found on the right sidebar.)
Last (for now) is Triagblogue, a website run by about seven guys. I have to hand it to these guys – they can write, and write long. You won’t believe the effort these guys put in when responding to atheists and theological kooks. (Do these ever sleep?) Be ready to press the Page Down button several many times as you read. One complaint though: I wish they’d fix the layout of their articles. Sometimes you can’t tell where their arguments end and where the other side begins.
Blessings as you read!
“Finitum non capax infinitum.”