Some links on the eve of Toronto’s Snowpocalypse ’11:
rules for life.
There’s been more
continuity in the last 30 years of American politics than you might think.
right thinking man.”
Thomas Kincade’s stupid and ugly paintings also lead to
Serving up some tasty links on a snowy day:
economists don’t design highways.
really on the margins? A debate ensues.
limits of neuroscience.
Another story on Protestants converting to Eastern Orthodoxy. (I’m curious whether this phenomenon is real or just one of those things that reporters keep repeating as a stock story like razors in apples at Halloween.)
Some tasty links served Brooks style:
This looks like a great resourc e for seeing the whole story of God’s plan of redemption
George Grant explains the Christian origins of Boxing Day. Contrast this with the stores in Florida where I’m vacationing, 3/4′s of which were open on Christmas. Unbelievable.
defends gay jokes.
Richard Dawkins finally debates Bill Craig. Well, sort of.
Here’s some proof.
How should we fix public schools?
Bill Gates says fire the bad teachers. Agreed.
Here are some links:
A young (and possibly restless) Reformed Christian
learns that Arminianism isn’t what Piper says it is.
Bill Kinnon on
disciples versus leaders.
Agriculture and gender roles:
a surprising correlation.
Martyrdom or a book deal.
Links in lieu turkey (for Americans, Canadian Thanksgiving is
sooo last month).
First things first, we are flattered.
The free market is not a
Wars that aren’t happening don’t make the news,
but probably still deserve reflection.
On the hundredth anniversary of
Tolstoy‘s death. (H/T: Andrew Coyne.)
Some links for, well, for whatever reason I want
Your dog wants steak, but then again
your dog is better than anyone or anything at finding bombs.
exporting models of theological education actually work?
Starting a band and choosing a church. At least as a musician I get the analogy. (Though unlike Tom, I’d be more interested in playing bass in bands that sound like this, this, or this.)
Eugene Cho has the good sense to
push back against the “yoga is evil” meme that Al Mohler has seen fit to inaugurate.
Links for a rainy fall evening:
James K. A. Smith is
not impressed with Brett McCracken’s Hipster Christianity.
This blogger is
not impressed with the stuff that goes into chicken nuggets.
Of course, this blogger is
Would the US be more respected if
a so-so real estate developer and reality show attention whore was president?
lives of middle-aged dishwashers and junkies.
Lastly, in honour of the Delaware Senate seat race:
Rolling into fall with some tasty links:
If you haven’t heard,
Blockbuster is going the way of the telegraph companies.
People used to complain that their employer wanted their soul, but now it seems your boss is
more interested in your mind than your soul.
If you were worried that essay mills would destroy the integrity of higher education,
you can relax a bit.
Can Christians tell the differences between their theology and Mormon theology?