Yesterday, I got home in time to take a short ride on my bike and got an eye full of the Wysteria, Azaleas and Dogwoods all in bloom. Every mile was filled with the sights and smells of Spring. It’s a great time of year. Fun, Sports, and Entertainment Aaron Nola Writes an Article on … More Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material
Politics, Climate Change and Entertainment Stossel on Is Sweden a Socialist Country? Bottom Line: Put the breaks on the the mad rush to socialism. AOC’s Green New Deal Proposal is . . . Ben Shapiro’s wit and wisdom give perspective on a new proposal from the current media darling. Insanity … More Weekend Links: Sweden’s Socialism; AOC; Pastor Arrested; Forgiveness; Jim Kelly family on Suffering and much more.
I know you have seen it, felt it, perhaps even participated in it. It’s in the newsfeeds of your FaceBook account. It’s in the conversations you have with people at work. It’s in every political discussion, every election discussion, every PC discussion you have or overhear in a restaurant or ballgame. It’s on the nightly … More Less Anger, More Action (LAMA)
Tuesday is for Thinking This post falls into the categories of “Hmmm” and “Very interesting.” One of the founders of the nation, whom one biographer calls, “the last founder of the nation” gives his experienced and learned comments on Islam as he knew it in his day. It might be an interesting discussion question to ask, … More The Not So Politically Correct John Adams (on Islam)
Saturday Afternoon Musings It’s not a biography. It’s not a novel. It is partly both. It’s a series of imagined conversations that Bonhoeffer could have had, based on his books, and papers, sermons, and interviews with those who knew him written by a writer who respects and wants to honor his legacy. [Thanks to Darlene Cooke … More How the Church Cheapens Grace