If there is anything good that has come out of the tragedy in Southeast Asia, it is that people are seeking God. I've received a number of hits from people putting "tsunami and God" in their search engines.
It also appears that this will be a topic of conversation (certainly in the blogosphere) for some time to come. I will continue to compile links to other blogs as I come across them. If you have a link that you would like me to post please feel free to e-mail me.
Patrick O'Hannigan at The Paragraph Farmer has an interesting post entitled Reconsidering the Problem of Evil.
NPR took a more ecumenical approach to the problem in this report. However, it's worth listening to since John Piper was asked to give the evangelical point of view. (Hat tip: Between Two Worlds)
Darn Floor has further reflections on the book of Job that provide some keen insight.
Update: The God Blog argues (correctly) that natural disasters are the result of sin. Personal Trainer has some insights from Job. (Hat tip: Intolerant Elle.Com via A Physicist's Perspective)