Here's an incomplete list of some recent links back to PyroManiac. I didn't have a lot of time to assemble a longer list. If I get an opportunity, I'll do more BlogSpotting soon.
- Oops. I must have backed my sweet ride over someone's toes. Although I have never "call[ed] social action in politics" a fad, I did indeed post a list of fads that included James Dobson's ecumenical style of culture warfare (wherein political campaigns for moral reform are divorced from any clear presentation of the gospel). I also explained why I think Dobson's strategy qualifies as a fad. But the anonymous guy in a gorilla mask over at "Christian Survey" evidently found my remark about Dobson "pejorative and not useful."
Lumping me with the "whine faction" is also pejorative, of course. But apparently that's "useful."
- Char Moore does her best Navin Johnson imitation. She's amazed and amused at how you people who read PyroManiac can find things to fight about, even when I post non-controversial stuff.
- Bet at "Dappled Things" thinks I'm too loud.
- Paul Martin finds a useful link and borrows it. He also appreciated my review of Michael Haykin's book.
- Clint Humfrey liked my book reviews. He has perhaps the only cowboy-themed theological blog in the blogosphere.
- Ian Clary likewise was happy to see Michael Haykin's book receive due recognition. Ian's blog has to be one of the few finshing-themed theological blogs out there.
- Rob Wilkerson wins the coveted Warnie.
- Inkling at "The Rough Woodsman" ponders the mystery of how to get listed on my blogroll. He seems to know intuitively, however, that he cannot post a link to me without getting BlogSpotted. His post reminds me that I need to do a post explaining my blogroll policy. And I also need to update my blogroll.
- The aptly-named Pecadillo launches his blog with some intriguing thoughts about handshakes and John Tesh.