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The President, the Passengers, and the Patience of God
Here’s John Piper doing what he does so well. “When King David pondered how many were God’s “wondrous deeds,” he said, “I will proclaim and tell of them, yet they are more than can be told” (Psalm 40:5). That’s the way I feel watching God’s public mercies in the last few days. ”

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The Terry Schiavo Story
This forthcoming DVD from Franklin Springs Media looks like it should be very interesting. “The Terri Schiavo Story, a compelling new documentary film, helps to define the issues and investigate the facts, framing an important consideration of the life and death of Terri Schiavo.”


Abortion: The Moral Issue of Our Day
As it is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Ligonier is offering streaming video of Dr. Sproul’s series, Abortion. “If you would like to be able to present an intelligent, well-reasoned defense of the unborn without engaging in a shouting match, this series can help.”


Polite Britons Died on the Titanic
Just an interesting little snippet of history here. “More British passengers died on the Titanic because they queued politely for lifeboats, researchers believe. A behavioural economist says data suggests Britons in that era were more inclined to be “gentlemanly” while Americans were more “individualist”. ”


Why Disney Dropped Narnia
This story gives the inside scoop and offers hope that another company will pick up the next film.


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