Breakfast Links for 11/22/12 – Life of Pi; Gratitude; Sin As a Spectator Sport

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BREAKFAST LINKS 11/22/12: Tim Dalrymple, Patheos/Philosophical Fragments: ” Because, if The Life of Pi is anything, it’s a fantastic conversation piece about the divine stories that embrace our own, that give them meaning, and that help us endure.” Erick Erickson, Red State: Faith and Science Aren’t Incompatible John Fea, Patheos/Euangelion: “As the German theologian and Christian martyr [Read More...]

Evangelicals and Evolution

A Pew survey of the 4000 evangelical leaders who attended the Third Lausanne Congress of World Evangelization in Port Town, South Africa, last year found that 47 percent of global evangelical leaders believe that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time” — slightly more than the [Read More...]

Morning Report, August 24: Maybe Bush Wasn't the Problem, the Dangers of Public Employee Unions, Super-Rubio, Complementarianism, Evolution and Mahaney

In the News 1.  OBAMA: THE MAN WITH THE PLAN?  Although it contains a generous helping of the usual Obama-adoration (“He’s Tiger Woods — a natural who’s lost his swing”) from someone whose own sensibilities align with the President’s in almost every particular, Thomas Friedman’s column today is worth reading if only for this point: [Read More...]

Morning Report, August 24

One Christian’s perspective on today’s news: 1.  Robert Wright, author of The Evolution of God, penned an Op-Ed in the New York Times today, “A Grand Bargain Over Evolution.”  Worth reading.  The argument, essentially, is that believers should accept that natural evolutionary means are quite capable of explaining the development of such things as moral [Read More...]


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