Making my way through 600 unread feeds (going to need to begin pairing things down soon!) I came across of few things that might interest you:
If your a bit of an amateur theology book buyer, you might like to drool over the following list, the library of systematician J. Rodman Williams library, selling for a proposed $950,000.
Justin Taylor presents some Bible Reading plans which you may find useful.
TSK throws some Newbigin light on the place of certainty in theology and Christian living which I think is very helpful.
Trevin Wax interviews NT Wright (again!) and this time talks about his debate on justification with John Piper.
There seems so much complication, political, racial and religious surrounding the Israeli and Palestinian conflict that it is tempting to just turn the page and sigh, but I think it is important for us to acknowledge when human suffering is taking place in the World, the Big Picture has carried two photo pieces which help with that.
I have now officially switched to Google Chrome and have deleted my firefox install, as much as I like to support open-source projects Firefox had crashed one too many times I’m afraid.
Donovan Palmer offers a useful tool to fight the dreaded facebook spam, I must confess I have recently indulged in one facebook app called Pathwords which has proved a little addictive.
I’m still keeping up with Zac Sunderland’s bid to be the youngest round-the-world solo navigator, he recently stopped off at Port Elizabeth, South Africa and went to Addo where Rachel and I spent a few days of our honeymoon, it was nice to see some pictures again.
This is quite an incredible video:
Apple is giving with one hand and taking away with the other, the announcement of the new 17″ macbook pro with a MATT screen was received with delight until we realised the new battery included with it will be non-removable..eek.
Jason Clark offers a few resources relating the Apostles creed which you might find useful.
Picking through my 1000+ feeds left over from my absense in the first two weeks of January, lifehacker has some interesting news: Gina Trapani the general editor of lifehacker is stepping down, How to help clue-less relatives with their technical support problems, how to re-use old stuff as new solutions, Reduce Bills just by asking
Watching the Inauguration today? hulu is streaming it, ustream is trying to get their app through the apple app store in time to show it on your iphone, but I will probably take the CNN/Facebook update idea which I think is pretty neat.