Superior Scribbler Award

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As a rule, it warms the heart to be recognized by your blogger peers. I’m truly grateful that Stephen Douglas at Undeception has bestowed this honor upon me and I gratefully accept. As his own blog has been extremely influential in my intellectual and theological development, I would normally return the favor; but seeing as he’s already been bestowed this honor by another, I’ll list others who are also truly deserving.

As with all awards, there are some rules and they are as follows:

  1. Each Superior Scribbler must, in turn, pass the award on to five (5) most-deserving Bloggy Friends.
  2. Each Superior Scribbler must link to the author and the name of the blog from whom he/she has received the award.
  3. Each Superior Scribbler must display the award on his/her blog, and link to this post, which explains the award.
  4. Each Blogger who wins the Superior Scribbler Award must visit this post and add his/her name to the Mr. Linky List (scroll down). That way, we’ll be able to keep up-to-date on everyone who receives this prestigious honor!
  5. Each Superior Scribbler must post these rules on his/her blog.

I hereby bestow (in no particular order) the Superior Scribbler Award upon:

  • Stephen Matheson at Quintessence of Dust. As the first origins blogger to publicize my blog, I am eternally grateful to him. Not only is he geeky-smart about biology, but he’s also got great taste in music.
  • Steve Martin at An Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution. This is where the theological rubber meets the road in the discussion about how belief in evolution impacts Evangelical Christian theology. Steve is on blogging hiatus, but what’s he’s accomplished so far in furthering the dialogue is invaluable.
  • ElShaddai Edwards at He Is Sufficient. He, too, is on indefinite hiatus, which is a shame because he’s one of the most intriguing bloggers I know on the subject of English language Bible translations. Here’s to hoping this award rekindles his blogging passion!
  • Peter Chattaway at FilmChat. Peter is one of my favorite film critics. If it wasn’t for Peter, I’d have missed out on some great entertainment and wasted money on some really bad entertainment. I greatly appreciate his unique Canadian Christian perspective, and his film reviews are usually spot-on.
  • I love geography, maps, and atlases. If you do too, you’ll just adore Strange Maps. I don’t know the genius behind the blog personally, but he can’t be a half-bad guy considering his interests. 😉

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