Weekend Links for the Discerning Reader

More Evidence of the Decline and Falling of Western Culture Save the Caterpillars, Abort the Babies      Yes, you read that right. That is exactly what the Virginia Congresswoman has proposed on the same day! Eric Metaxes Interviews the Son of Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn (Ignat) He is the conductor laureate of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and … More Weekend Links for the Discerning Reader

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Ann Voskamp, J.P. Moreland, Obamacare, The Strait of Hormuz, Jimmy Stewart, The Sinless Christ, Christology

Weekend Links This week’s links with a lot of separate categories. As always, these are to provoke thought, expand perspective and challenge assumptions, not an endorsement of every particular. Thinking Better About Government and the Economy The Sensible Vision of Paul Ryan on the Budget (Larry Kudlow) If this is coming to USA, how do … More Ann Voskamp, J.P. Moreland, Obamacare, The Strait of Hormuz, Jimmy Stewart, The Sinless Christ, Christology

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Leadership Freak; TinTin; Bobby McFerrin; Atheist Appreciation; Cultivating Unity; Michelle Obama

Weekend Links More links than ever. Some great leadership links, some whimsical links, some thought provoking links, and some very provocative links related to government and economics. Enjoy. Engaging with Culture The Beginnings of Life: Can a baby be non-human? (J.P. Moreland) In Honor of Debate and Truth: Collision Doug Wilson vs Christopher Hitchens Reflections on … More Leadership Freak; TinTin; Bobby McFerrin; Atheist Appreciation; Cultivating Unity; Michelle Obama

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The Heresy of Evangelical Prayers

Monday Discussion According to an article siting a new Barna poll: 25 percent of “Born-again Christians hold universalist views. 26 percent say a person’s religion doesn’t matter–they all teach the same lessons. 40 percent say Christians and Muslims worship the same God. Dr. D. A. Carson, research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity … More The Heresy of Evangelical Prayers

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