A La Carte (11/9)
ChristianAudio’s free audio book this month is Calvin’s Calvin: Of Prayer and The Christian Life.
The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace
A good article from WSJ. “Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty — a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House.”
Borders Concept Store
Here’s a brief article on a rather interesting development in the book retail business.
Evangelical Teens and Pregnancy
The New Yorker looks at this phenomenon and goes looking for answers.
Science in a Post-Bush America
“After eight years of brawls with the Bush administration on issues including climate change, stem cell research and health care, scientists across the country aren’t just hungry for change they can believe in, but science they can trust. ”
Cellphones and Global Poverty
This article from the Times suggests that the cell phone (something I saw in even the poorest homes in Dominican Republic) may be key to ending global poverty.
John Owen Giveaway
This site is giving away a couple of Owen-related titles, including one published in 1810.
The End of Blogs?
An article in Wired suggests that the professional blogger has hastened the end of the blogosphere.
Wapo on Obama Favoritism
The Washington Post basically admits to what we already knew—they leaned heavily towards Obama. Sometimes, I guess, it’s easiest to sin now and ask forgiveness later…
Thirsty Theologian’s Election Thoughts
Thirsty Theologian had some interesting reflections on the election. “When the day comes when people no longer speak of “race” at all, especially as a factor in making choices between individuals, then I will recognize that something important has happened. I, personally, do not think of Obama as a black man. I think of him as an extraordinarily evil man. There’s nothing exciting about that.”
The Love of Money
Here’s a story that illustrates the love of money. It all began when a contractor found a large sum of money inside the wall of a client’s house. It all went downhill from there.
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