Tag: gentleness

Convicted

The Curt Jester has posted an excellent entry about the perils of Christian punditry. At the end there’s a useful examination of conscience for pundits. For me, this is another reminder that I need to be more gentle and forgiving in my criticisms. “Brethren, if a man is overtaken in any trespass, you who are …

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Busted

Wow. Reading this entry at Jollyblogger really got me thinking. Righteous indignation is one thing. Self-righteous snobbery is another. I think I tend toward the latter and I need to work on that (no need to comment, John). Advice to Christian Bloggers from G. K. Chesterton This month's Gilbert Magazine (a magazine devoted to G. …

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