Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Around the Web and Blogosphere (9/10/08)

Here is an around the Web and Blogosphere with a political bent, what else does there seem to be this last week or so.

Albert Mohler comments on the Sarah pain nomination as VP: An Unexpected New Motherhood Debate

David Kotter at CBMW coments on the nomination: Does Sarah Palin Present a Dilemma for Complementarians? Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

A response to the two above articles: Sarah Palin and the Complementarian Compromise: A Response to Our Brothers Al Mohler and David Kotter

C.S. Hayden writes on the issue of Deborah and has other links in his post: Women Magistrates: The Case of Deborah. I think many are over using, and misusing the example, of Deborah in an attempt to find biblical support for a woman being in a position of civil authority.

Log Cabin Endorses Sen. John McCain for President; You will have to decide what this says about McCain’s views.

For those that did not think there was third choice here is the site of Chuck Baldwin. I have more prayer and reading to do so could not say one way or the other right now if I support him but there does at least appear to be a third choice. My opinion, and it is just that, is that if there is a place to put a vote it is much better to do that than not vote at all. At least by voting people see your action while when one does not vote you are simply lumped in with all those that may not vote, and never have, for no particular reason and thus ones voice is muted.

Make sure not to miss seeing Voddie on CNN in may last post

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