Sunday, September 14, 2008

These Are a Few of my Favorite Links (Add your links)

With this Sunday's link post, Christians in Context officially forays into uncharted linking territory. That's right ladies and gentlemen, we are hereby introducing a new way to link.

Here is the basic idea: rather than peppering you with a daunting list of ten or so links that, by nature of their being linked, it appears you must read all of, we will be presenting you only with a few links. But not just any few links. Each contributor to Christians in Context (or at least Jeff, Jenny, and I) will be giving you the one link from the last week or two that we think is an absolute must-read.

If you're anything like me, you already feel like you're reading enough blogs for the week and don't feel it necessary to tack on a whole lot more. Hopefully this will provide you with a sort of "best of the best" list that will actually be helpful. So without further delay, here are the first few of our favorite links (note that some of us didn't find links worthy of placement here for the week!):

Andrew: D. A. Carson discusses how to discuss abortion.
Jenny: Charlie Gibson's Gaffe.
Damian: Distractions from Orthodoxy.

2 comments:

Doctor Winters said...

Great idea!!
I am this close to declaring podcast and RSS bankruptcy. There's just too much to keep up with! Quality over quantity is a great idea.

Now if I could just get my favorite podcasters to realize 1 great hour a week is better than 5 or 6......

Carrie Marie said...

I like the plan. :)