Seen Around Blogdom #3

My favorite radio personality Steve Brown has posted something I found intriguing on his blog in regards to last weeks’ big Inauguration Day—Throwing Rocks.

Anyone down on Detroit, pulling for Detroit, or those of us who still live here in the Motor City and surrounding areas—might want to check out Mitch Albom’s piece in the Sports Illustrated a few weeks back: The Courage of Detroit.  It is a moving tribute to a city on the brink that refuses to die.

Dr. George Grant has written an excellent post titled over at his blog Parish Life, Dangerously Right.  Dr Grant goes on to explain what the witty and genius writer, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, meant by the words—If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.  Chesterton, beloved by many, ‘is today the most quoted writer in the English language besides William Shakespeare’ according to Dr. Grant. 

Dr. Grant has also written an excellent piece at The Quick and the Dead you don’t want to miss if you are at all interested in the sanctity of life and justice for those who have no defense whatsoever—Pro-Life Theology. 

A wrap up: I’ve posted $3 Worth of Gospel, Please over at my new spot, A Road Called Narrow.   Also, you might appreciate a couple of other posts that I have written elsewhere.  At Nullus Extra Cruem (a devotional blog I enjoy doing) I have written about Faith in Our Faith.    Over at Awakening, I been looking at the cross of Christ—Atonement: No Small Potatoes.   And for those of you have an artisic streak of any kind, you can check out my latest post at Solus Christus Writers Cafe—Don’t Try to Be an Original.

  1. February 23, 2009 at 11:05 pm

    Brown is great. His book “Scandelous Freedom” is on my “Great Books” page.

  2. kenstoll
    February 24, 2009 at 4:38 am

    …not sure there is a man or a preacher of the gospel that I admire and relate to more than Steve Brown—I have passed that book out as a gift.

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