Welcome to the November 23, 2011 edition of christian carnival ii. Mark Taylor was supposed to host but must have fallen into a turkey coma, so I'm honored to present the following submissions. I've set the date to say the 23rd so the widget wouldn't glitch, but I'm actually posting this on the 27th, for anyone who is confused.
Chris Price presents On This Date, the Pilgrims Reached America posted at American Church History.
Carson Weitnauer presents Faith at Thanksgiving and If you were born in another country, would you still be a Christian? posted at Reasons for God.
Yours Truly presents Fringe observations on last night's season finale posted at Modesto Apologetics Examiner.
Aoide-Melete-Mneme presents Is the King James Version Only Crowd Causing Others to Sin? posted at à la mode de les Muses, saying, "Note that satire isn't my strong point."
Holly Ordway presents The Problem of Pain Sonnet Sequence 3 posted at Hieropraxis. This is part of her series of literary apologetics in practice: a sonnet that addresses one aspect of the problem of evil.
Tom Gilson presents If Christianity Is Your Religion, Don't Thank God for the Cross posted at Thinking Christian.
Mikel Del Rosario presents Sharing the Gospel - 10 Surprisingly Simple Tips for Talking with Cult Members (Part 3) posted at Apologetics Guy.
Josh presents 15 Awesome Christian Worship Songs posted at What Christians Want To Know.
Rebecca LuElla Miller presents Upside Down Commands posted at A Christian Worldview of Fiction, saying, "Recent church trends have believers leaving our comfortable pews and going into our communities to serve others, seemingly a good thing. But might we be getting the cart before the horse?"
Russ White presents Women Burning Out posted at Thinking in Christ.
Joe Plemon presents Do YOU Have the Spiritual Gift of Giving? Read This Before Answering. posted at Personal Finance By The Book, saying, "It is possible to have a spiritual gift without realizing it. This post may help you with that realization."
David R Wells presents An All About Me Generation posted at Revelation 3:10 - Blog: Through Davids Eyes.
Christyn Raymond presents How Many Toes Can You Break In Two Months? posted at Striving For Simple, saying, "Funny but true story about breaking toes and lessons learned."
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