A week or two ago, I had a friendly back-n-forth with Ted Olsen at Christianity Today over what’s “worthwhile” on the blogosphere. My perception is that what is trash to one reader, is treasure to another. That the beauty of the blogosphere, especially the Christian blogosphere, is that it represents the many varied and talented parts of the Body.
Case in point: Rob Hulson’s blog
While this blog may not be worthwhile to the overall CT demographic, yesterday’s post is certainly useful to those of us who are Christian, and blog … and/or run church websites. Especially those of us who like to hyperlink our Scripture references to online Bibles.
So instead of one member of the Body tearing the other down, we sharpen each other as ‘iron sharpens iron’. In fact Rob along with a few others, have offered suggestions to improve and or fix Scripturizer. Changes that are needed. Changes I need to get make time for and publish. Changes I’m now inspired to make because of such good works like those of Rob!
Now go read his post, then come back after this weekend and bug me if I haven’t improved the Scripturizer based on your loving and constructive criticisms.