Sarah Palin’s Shift

Here are a few clips from an excellent piece on Sarah Palin by Joshua Green, from The Atlantic: (HT: LNMM) But over the past few months, Palin has begun fortifying her profile by visiting foreign countries and delivering speeches that extol her record as governor, especially on energy, as she did in March to an [Read More...]

Saturday Book Review: Tomas Sedlacek

Tomas Sedlacek, Economics of Good and Evil: The Quest for Economic Meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street (Oxford University Press, 2011), 352 pp. Reviewed by Wesley Vander Lugt I am no economist, but as student of theological ethics, I know a thing or two about good and evil, which is why I was interested to [Read More...]

Weekly Meanderings

Good Morning Chicago! A collection of texts and observations by early Christian theologians on abortion, a site I’ve never seen before. C. Michael Patton on finding trustworthy scholars. Rachel Held Evans calls out the CBMW on inconsistency and exegetical gymnastics. I agree: Jim Wallis, in a story by Cathleen Falsani: “More than 15 percent of [Read More...]


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