A Word about Links

I’ll be adding some links to the sidebar in coming days.  I want to be clear about what purpose links serve.

A link is not an endorsement.   Some of these sites/blogs I could endorse today, while others I could not.  I do not have the time, nor is it really my responsibility, to keep track of them and make sure they remain really sound.  My purpose is not to give an “anointed”listing of good sites on the Internet.

If I link to a site, it means that I see value in the site.  It may provide useful reference information.  I’m linking to Scottish Christian News, a site that I certainly wouldn’t endorse.  They include in “Christian” just about everything that is somewhat religious, it seems, and the articles they list are often written from an unbiblical and ungodly perspective.  But the site is valuable for awareness of many things that are going on in this country, and so I’ve included it.

As always, read with discernment.  I don’t want anyone to take anything I say without considering whether it is really true and Biblical, so I would hope that the same would be true of any linked sites.  If you have questions about a link, feel free to ask.

About Jon Gleason

Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes
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2 Responses to A Word about Links

  1. Diane says:

    Welcome to the blogosphere, Jon! I’m sure it will be improved by your presence. 🙂 I felt the need to put some kind of disclaimer on my blog as well…maybe it was all those years at BJU with those curious little white slips in the front of every book I had. I just wrote a disclaimer (not only to cover links, but also the selection of material, because at times I select items that are “out of the box”) and placed it in my sidebar, so it is out there for all to see. All truth is God’s truth, and sometimes a particularly poignant thought emanates from an unlikely source.

    Blessings to you!
    Diane

    • Jon Gleason says:

      I LOVE disclaimers! 🙂

      I’m tempted to put the links on a separate page, so I can put a disclaimer for every single one. Does that make me a disclaimer-addict?

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