A La Carte (6/20)
Wednesday June 20, 2007
Humor: Now you can easily generate your own demotivational poster using this slick little utility.
Books: Christianity Today has an article discussing N. D. Wilson’s new book for young readers (N.D. being the son of Douglas Wilson).
Books: And speaking of books, Tuesday is review day at Discerning Reader so check in for the reviews that were posted yesterday.
Humor: The latest edition of The Sacred Sandwich is now available. Be sure to check out the updated Gallery of Dubious Photojournalism.
Church: There are so many things wrong with this story that it’s hard to know where to begin. It’s the story of an Anglican priest who claims to be both Christian and Muslim.
Books: According to Ray, 58% of Americans do not read a single book after finishing high school.
Weird: No matter how you slice and dice it, this looks like a really bad job! “The European Space Agency (ESA) on Tuesday called for applications for one of the most demanding human experiments in space history: a simulated trip to Mars in which six ‘astronauts’ will spend 17 months in an isolation tank on Earth.”