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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXVII

Questions About the Gulf BP’s latest failure to plug the leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico is one more crushing disappointment to Louisiana’s beleaguered people, one more strike against the company and one more signal to President Obama … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXVI

Ending Explanations of LOST In the end, for me, LOST was a touchstone show that dealt with faith, the afterlife, and all these big, spirtual questions that most shows don’t touch. And to me, they never once waivered from their … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXV

Note: These posts will now appear once a week containing a list of all (or almost all) on-line articles I have read this week. Each article will be linked and a short paragraph from the article will be posted under … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XXIV

Deluged with inquiries about the ark Adding to our skepticism about the find is (as we have stated before) that the volcanic activity on the mountains of Ararat as well as several earthquakes make it doubtful that even parts of … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XXIII

Thanks be to God for their safe return The 48 students, eight teachers and eight crew members from the Class Afloat school program had left Recife, Brazil, only 10 days before. 
Then their ship capsized, taking all of their possessions: … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XXII

President Obama Meets Billy Graham by TIME Editors All the presidents needed the prayer. But they also wanted the picture. When Barack Obama visited Billy Graham on Sunday afternoon, he became the 12th president to meet with the famed evangelist … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XXI

Anthony Flew, Philosopher and Ex-Atheist, Dies at 87 by William Grimes Let the Koreans take care of the Koreans by Doug Bandow This is a ludicrous position for both the U.S. and South Korea, six decades after Washington saved a … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XX

Wheaton Conference Report by William B. Evans That being said, I suspect that no sentient being could come away from the conference without an appreciation for Wright’s rhetorical gifts and power.  I had heard Wright speak in other contexts but … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XIX

Mission Accomplished? Some Dangers in Past-Participle Thinking by Theodore Plantinga What disturbs me the most is not the irony in the name of the newdenomination but the implicit one-upmanship in the names of so many smalldenominations. For example, when a … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XVIII

The Academy Smiles with Both Faces (NYT) “Some Academy Awards veterans said that with its awards spread around, the Oscars began to look more like the Golden Globes, the show whose organizers, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, perennially disperse prizes … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XVII

Government Stimulus, One Year Later by Ron Paul “While the debate over its success has been focused on whether or not it is stimulating the economy and on various questionable uses of funds, in my estimation this legislation is accomplishing … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XVI

Genesis and Ancient Cosmology by John Byl “Let me note first that the above diagram is more a reflection of the ignorance of modern scholars than of ancient civilization. Ancient man was a much keener observer of the night sky … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XV

(NYT) Whose Christmas is it? by Michael Feinstein As Jews, Christians, Muslims, Mormons, Buddhists and everything in between, we are all more alike than we are different. That’s something to celebrate. Note: This type of sentimental, pluralistic non-sense is to be … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XIV

Sheriff’s office: 911 came from Wood’s House “An adult patient was taken to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, the same place Woods was treated after he crashed his sport utility vehicle outside his home last month, fire rescue spokeswoman Genevieve … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XIII

Tim Keller wants to Save Your Yuppie Soul, New York Magazine The evangelical Christian preacher says the secular holy trinity of money, ambition, and achievement is the root of all evil. So why are so many New Yorkers flocking to … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XII

Cheaters, and Tigers, and Idiots, Oh My! by David Bahnsen This Will Not End Well by George Will George Will writes: The president’s party will not support his new policy, his budget will not accommodate it, our overstretched and worn … Continue reading

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Credenda Agenda has a new website!

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XI

Call it Stout, Though it isn’t by Eric Asimov (NYT) Don’t Build Up by Thomas Friedman (NYT)

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, X

The Fatal Conceit by David Brooks (NYT)

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, IX

Brazil Criticized for Visit by Iran’s President by Reuters Liberal Lindsey Battles Conservative Paul for Control of the GOP by Jack Hunter

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, VIII

Andy Schafly’s Conservative Bible Project by Dan Wallace

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, VII

Jim Rogers on the Next 10 Years by Heather Bell

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, VI

I Belong to God: Prefatory Note by Rich Lusk

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, V

Lula Faces Criticism in Brazil Over Honduras Role Sola Sciptura by Michael Bull I Like my Ecclesiology Salty and Subversive by Jason Stellman No Stinkin’ Geologists by Douglas Wilson

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, IV

Another War in the Works by Paul Craig Roberts

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, III

Brazil VP says Country Should Build Nuclear Arms Translator Collapsed During Khadafy’s Rambling Diatribe AAPC’s Session Response to Charges of “Heterodoxy”

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On-Line Articles I Read Today, II

The Unites States in Afghanistan: Eight Years Later by Gabriel Kolko From the Church Drinking Fountain by Douglas Wilson (An examination of Jason Stellman’s new book) Women and the Priesthood by Fr. Alexander Schmemann

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Articles I Read Today, I

New Feature: In this new feature of the blog, I will be adding links to on-line articles I read daily. I will not be able to do this everyday. This will give the readers an idea of what is shaping … Continue reading

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Perspectives on the Tiller Shooting

Ann Coulter’s 49 Million to Five Douglas Wilson’s Don’t Start What You Cannot Finish Ramesh Ponnuru: Responding to Saletan on Killing Abortionists

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Christian Book Expo

Justin Taylor provides a link to all the videos of the Christian Book Expo. The debate “Does the God of Christianity exist, and what difference does it make?” includes Douglas Wilson’s discussion with Christopher Hitchens (Bill Craig and Strobel included … Continue reading

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