Friday, October 21, 2005

On the virtues of slowing down

Douglas Groothius urges Christians to slow down their multi-tasking. Reacting to Douglas's post, Dan Edelen thinks the problem goes very deep into our culture and that the church's response needs to be deeper than simply unplugging.

Update: Brad Hightower responds to both Doug's and Dan's posts.

Update 2: Alexander Jordan has also added to the discussion.

6 Comments:

Anonymous brad said...

I posted a response to the big G too. Mine is a litle humorous but still to the point.

12:42 PM, October 22, 2005  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Thanks, Brad. I've updated the post with a link to yours. Peace.

6:11 AM, October 23, 2005  
Blogger Alexander M Jordan said...

I also have written a post on this topic, inspired by Groothius, Edelen and CJR, another blogger who also had a thoughtful response to these posts.

The link to my post is: http://jordansview.blogspot.com/2005/
10/led-by-pure-heart-or-driven-by-idols.html

Blessings,

Alex

7:46 PM, October 25, 2005  
Blogger Dan Edelen said...

Been wading through the 400 blog posts in Bloglines that built up while I was away. Maybe I'm proving the point of my post!

Thanks for link, Milton, and for being such a strong supporter of Cerulean Sanctum.

11:59 PM, October 25, 2005  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

You're quite welcome, Dan. Keep up the good work at CS. Peace.

7:25 AM, October 26, 2005  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Thanks, AMJ. I linked to your post in an update. Peace.

7:30 AM, October 26, 2005  

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