Tuesday, 22 July 2008

What's out there

I thought I'd direct you to a few websites / blogsites that I have found interesting lately. There is a lot of free downloadable stuff around. Some of it very worthwhile. Listened to Eddie Gibbs of Church Growth fame. He is a professor at Fuller in the U.S.. Younger leaders influenced by the Emerging / Emergent Church would do well to listen to this interview. You can pick up the link at the following website: http://rangescc.org/2008/07/15/eddie-gibbs-on-fuller-conversations/

For a bit of contemporary church history that seems to be in the making check out the following link and the coverage of Mark Driscoll at the Together On A Mission conference: http://adrianwarnock.com/

And if you want something a bit more mind bending, how about some philosophy lectures from Berkeley in California. I have listened to the first one on The Brothers Karamazov: http://webcast.berkeley.edu/rss/course-archive.php?seriesid=1906978538

Let me know how you get on!


G said...

Loving the driscol links! thanks

James said...

Thanks G. At least one person is reading my blog!

Kev Taylor said...

Thanks for the links to the Berkley lectures. I've only justed finished the first couple but I love how Dreyfus characterises the father in "The Brothers Karamazov" by saying that he attempts to avoid eternal questions through constant distraction. Seems I real pertinant observation for our times.

James said...

Thanks for the observation Kev. I suppose great literature can speak to any age - perhaps because people remain basically the same.