What are these 4 Posts entries? As many days of the week as I have time I look through the RSS feed for the Moderate Christian Blogroll/Aggregator and select four posts on a single topic. Usually the topic is suggested because a post has caught my eye. To call my attention to a post you have written e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and suggest your post and a general topic heading. Your blog must be a member of the Moderate Christian blogroll, and in general I prefer to include posts within the last week only.
Note: I started this post before really checking, and it turns out there has been less interest in this on the blogroll than I thought. Thus I will have to complete the four with a post that I wrote and one from a group blog to which I’m a major contributor, though written by someone else. I note with interest that I see no outright hostile posts on this topic from the blogroll.
1: Gentle Wisdom – Numerous Posts on the Revival
Peter Kirk has been the most prolific member of the blogroll on this topic. I’m going to link to just one post, A Theological Defense, and let you follow links from there.
2: Kouya Chronicle – What is Success?
Eddie Arthur (I think–it might have been Sue!), asks just how one would measure success in the church. He is not hostile to the revival, but he thinks we need to look at things other than the media image and spectacular things in measuring success.
3: Pacesetters Bible School Newsletter – Todd Bentley’s Angel in Lakeland
Hannah May, an occasional contributor to the Pacesetters Bible School Newsletter contributed Todd Bentley’s Angel in Lakeland.
4: Threads from Henry’s Web – Lakeland Revival Notes
I present my own post Lakeland Revival Notes, because it contains a copy of an e-mail I received from Rev. Perry Dalton who has actually been to Lakeland. Eyewitness reports are quite valuable.
Since all of these vary from neutral to positive, I will note that if anyone has written or does write something negative, I’ll be happy to include links to it for balance. My own view is cautiously positive, so I must be careful not to bias these “four posts” entries.