I’ve had some good conversations with others about this topic, and just found a few spots in the blogging world where they have linked to Be Intolerant :: Vol 2, and wanted you to be aware of those too.
- Emergent Village’s Board :: Some good discussion going on here.
- Youth Specialties’ Forums :: A bunch of youth pastors are talking about this book over at Youth Specialties. Check it out.
- Rod’s Rants :: His title for his entry was “extremely charged rant or… i’ll regret this in the morning“, so it’s definitely worth a read.
- St. Stephen’s Musings :: Here, Karl gives you the Orthodox position. He writes the following in his entry, “Are you a Finder or a Seeker….Or Something Else? Part II“: “One of the settled but largely unspoken pieties of our time is the notion that ‘seekers’ have greater moral authority than ‘finders.’ It is a silly piety when stated clearly. But whenever it is openly challenged, one sees how entrenched it is,” writes McClay from the article referenced in Part I. Boy, is he right. From the intensity we bring to our discussions of how truth, tolerance, and the Gospel intertwine, it is clear that we need to have a more holistic understanding of what it truly means to be both a seeker and a finder. No doubt, fundamentalism puts far too great an emphasis on the finding of truth and not much on the journey of repentance and Christian growth. As a reaction to this the current tendency is to over-emphasize the seeking and to down-play all truth claims so as to permit people to “explore” their faith.
- Modern Heresy or Passionate Spirituality? :: Briefly mentions Ryan Dobson and the book in his entry, “on unconditional love.”