:: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 ::

blogs4God logo contest. Enter here.

As a PR professional, I get scared at the thought of logo contests. Because what happens is you get submissions from amateur graphic designers and then you're stuck with having to select something from a crop of mediocre logos. That's been my experience, anyway. Maybe these competitions actually work sometimes. I suppose we'll see.

In other blogs...

Rest in peace, Biz. Narrow-Minded Simpleton's cat, Biz, lost her struggle with cancer. Biz died on September 15, 2002.

That online religion. The Internet Evangelism Coalition has been meeting these past two days in Chicago. I didn't go this year. I went in 2000, when I was an invited speaker, and then I wrote about my impressions. I didnt' get invited this time around, but I'm hoping someone will tell me what big news comes out of this year's gathering. Link via my very own e-vangelism.com.

2 billion Christians and counting. Major religions ranked by size lists Christianity as the world's biggest region, with more than 2 billion adherents. A great resource, linked in a roundabout way from arni@annall.is. (From Arni's place, I followed a link to Religionsource, which looks like a great site for religion writers, and it was there that I stumbled across the statistics on religion page.

Beer Church. A great link from Wade Hodges, who ponders: "I wonder if their motto is, 'What Would Jesus Drink?'"

I keep trying to catch Ganns blinking over his cool shades as I read his blog entries, but I've never been able to witness it yet. It's always just out of my vision. Maybe I should just stare at his picture instead.

WendyCooper.net is now up and running. Which reminds me: Wendy's husband, Jordon, recently wrote me some blather about The Hockey Pundits. Never mind that I haven't followed NHL action since the days of Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, Gerry Cheevers and the rest of the great Boston Bruins of the early '70s, but Jordon apparently thinks I need to know all about The Hockey Pundits. I suppose he thinks that, just because I'm a PR flack in real life, that I'll flack for The Hockey Pundits. I dunno.

Lord of the teething rings? I wish I could take credit for that clever title, but I can't. It's from the always irreverent, occasionally offensive, usually entertaining Jesus Museum.

What's the frequency, Don Wildmon? Interesting link from CT's weblog about a battle royal down south for control of the airwaves. The belligerants are Donald Wildmon's American Family Radio and National Public Radio. Wildmon "detests the news that the public gets through NPR and believes it is slanted from a distinctly liberal and secular perspective," Patrick Vaughn, general counsel for Wildmon's AFR, tells the New York Times. So AFR has knocked two NPR stations off the air around Lake Charles, Louisiana.

One of them even sings along with the Replacements! Gideon Strauss goes to great pains to show us just how diverse Reformed Christians are.

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