Sunday, October 30, 2005

Christian Carnival XCIII

The 93rd Christian Carnival is of unusually high quality. Some interesting posts:

* An Analogical Argument for the Legitimacy of Religious Experiences at "Ales Rarus"

* N. T. Wright on the resurrection at "Theology and Biblical Studies"

* On Suffering at "Rev Bill" reflects on Elder Ambrose of Optina's thoughts on suffering

* The Engine of Shame, Part One and The Engine of Shame, Part Two at "The Doctor Is In"

Don't forget that the History Carnival, the early modern edition of Carnivalesque are coming up soon; and the Philosophers' Carnival will be out tomorrow.

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