things I noticed

Here are a bunch of things I noticed this week:

  1. Michael, Byron and Michael Bird all recently blogged about what the Bible is and how we should read it. It’s a conspiracy, I tell you!
  2. Halden provocatively suggested that the Roman Catechism expresses ‘the “Protestant” instinct’ when it says of the church that ‘the unity of all its members with each other [is] a result of their union with Christ’ (p 789).
  3. The Australian Government’s ‘Government 2.0’ task force released their fascinating final report, telling the government to do taking their bearings from New Media practices like blogging, Facebook and Twitter in order to pursue genuine participation.
  4. Reporters like Miranda Devine reacted with glee to the cynicism (that supremely Gen X virtue) supposedly displayed by Q & A’s Gen Y audience towards Kevin Rudd on Monday night.
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