Time and sapped energy mitigate against resuming my series begun on Monday re the search for a coherent theology so today a couple of links to point readers to.
On the perils of blogging, Cranmer has a very interesting post about the silencing of a Roman deacon blogging in England.
On the joys of blogging, continue to read Available Light by Bishop Kelvin Wright as he charts progress through his diocese on a pilgrimage to celebrate 200 hundred years of the gospel in NZ. Here he is heading to Dipton and the largest icecreams in our fair land.
Meanwhile I am also following the story about flight MH370. Theologians are pretty good at thinking about mysteries. Then there is flight MH370. What happened?
Perhaps too we could contemplate a mystery of Anglicanism, this time through the not overly sympathetic views of David Virtue, ho does a priest straddle the borderlands between TEC and ACNA with support from the ABC?