- Ken Ham is upset that Peter Enns is being permitted to speak at homeschool conventions. Convention organizers have responded to Ham's criticisms by barring AiG. Enns will be making the rounds promoting his Bible curriculum, which appears to be the very thing Rachel and I have been looking for. We're attending the Cincinnati convention next week and plan to hear Enns speak.
- Daniel Horan, OFM alerts us to a NYT editorial noting the appearance of a new collection of Dorothy Day's correspondence.
- Glenn Greenwald: "The notion that opposing [the intervention in Libya] is evidence of indifference to tyranny and suffering is simple-minded, propagandistic, manipulative and intellectually bankrupt."
- I've been listening to some Josh Ritter this week. Here are videos for two of my favorites (the second of which I've watched more times than I'm willing to admit):
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
- Off to a convention, plus links
- Schillebeeckx: The threefold historical orientatio...
- Schillebeeckx: Sacraments are "the face of redempt...
- Comedian Lee Camp: "Evil people have plans"
- Rachel Held Evans on the future of Evangelicalism
- Like it or not, we're fighting a war.
- Recommended documentary on the bombing of Hiroshim...
- The Bible and the Word of God
- Thirty-one years after Romero, the poor are still ...
- Speaking of Peter Enns ....
- Midweek links
- Is homosexual desire a manifestation of original s...
- The problem with humanitarian interventions
- Recognizing God's work in LGBT Christians
- Schillebeeckx: Christ is the primordial sacrament
- The class struggle and the life of the age to come...
- Thich Nhat Hanh on the Eucharist
- Book Review: Love Wins by Rob Bell
- Exorcising Chase Bank
- Wherein I, like everyone else, talk about Rob Bell...
- An exercise in lazy blogging
- Lent is a time for solidarity
- Living humanly in the time of the Fall.
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