- Brian LePort has begun blogging his way through John Levison’s Filled with the Spirit.
- The discussion about unity and diversity in the early church has continued with posts by Mike Bird and James McGrath.
- In an ironic move, Katherine Jefferts Shori is accusing the Anglican communion for being “colonial” in its efforts to seek greater unity among its churches. The irony here, of course, lies in a western church leader complaining about “colonial” pressures coming largely from African church leaders.
- Peter Leithart offers an interesting comment on Dostoyevsky’s idea of a Christian Dionysian and the celebration of a kind of anthropology that resists the common pressure to emphasize the divine so much that the significance of the human is lost.
- And, if you have nothing better to do today, here’s an article on what someone went through to reverse engineer a McDonald’s french fry so he could learn how to make authentic McDonald’s fries at home. (HT Lifehacker)