SynchroBlog – Spiritual Warfare

Today has been the day of the SynchroBlog on the subject of Spiritual Warfare with thirteen bloggers offering their take on the subject.
This is an important subject that, in my experience, seems to get either far too much attention or none at all. I suspect the reality is that spiritual warfare is a daily experience for the Christian, it’s just that we don’t always recognise it and we deal with it in different ways, not always spiritual and perhaps not so helpful either. I’ve had a read and I encourage you to dive in and see what this very varied bunch of people have to say (though a few seemed not to have posted at the time I checked).

John Smulo – Portraits of Spiritual Warfare
Phil Wyman – Pagans, Witches, and Spiritual Warfare
Mike Crockett – Sufism: How the Inner Jihad relates to Christian Spiritual Warfare
Steve Hayes – Thoughts on Spiritual Warfare
Marieke Schwartz – Grace in War
Cindy Harvey – Spiritual Warfare
Jenelle D’Alesandro – The Militancy of Worship
Mike Bursell – Spiritual Warfare: a liberal looking inwards
David Fisher – Spiritual Warfare: Does it have to be loud and wacky?
Brian Heasley – Something from Ibiza via Ireland
Webb Kline – Spiritual Warfare
Sally Coleman – Spiritual Warfare
Mike Murrow – Spiritual Warfare

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4 Responses to SynchroBlog – Spiritual Warfare

  1. sally says:

    are you going to join us for the Feb synchro blog Tim?

  2. Tim Abbott says:

    Sally,
    I’d love to, depending on the subject of course! I’d hoped I might get involved in the ‘Spiritual Warfare’ synchroblog, having been lurking and commenting in various places in the run up. However, I ran out of thinking time so stayed quiet!

  3. sally says:

    Phil Wyman http://squarenomore.blogspot.com/ is the one you need to get in touch with- the theme is going to centre around Valentines- so love- that’ll be a bit different I suspect- should be interesting!

  4. sally says:

    Phil Wyman http://squarenomore.blogspot.com/ is the one you need to get in touch with- the theme is going to centre around Valentines- so love- that’ll be a bit different I suspect- should be interesting!

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