Latest CT bucket o’ links

We have not done much — spread out as we are traveling — with coverage of several important and ongoing stories. But the new edition of the Christianity Today weblog has lots of update links on the U.S. Supreme Court story, the Intelligent Design wars, the U.S. Senate and military prayers and oodles of other stuff. Check it out. Am I the only one who sees some early signs that skilled MSM reporters are growing weary of locking everyone who does not believe that creation was “random” and “impersonal” inside the same “creationism” style box?

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Terry Mattingly directs the Washington Journalism Center at the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. He writes a weekly column for the Universal Syndicate.

  • DK

    Has anyone picked up on the contradiction of the VA governor-elect being hailed by some Dems and journalists as a model “we have religion and values too” figure? How to categorize Kaine? He seems definitely more a social or religious conservative than a liberal. But this is evidence of the GOP losing support? And not a threat to a party with a pro-choice plank? There are good questions and stories in this.

  • Avram

    The Panda’s Thumb blog has a handy chart summarizing the differences between Young-Earth Creationism, Old-Earth Creationism, and Intelligent Design.