Pisteuomen shared a YouTube video of George W. Bush, intending it to cast aspersions on his religious views, because they don’t match up with one particular Evangelical understanding of salvation. In fact, if anything, it makes Bush look better than he might have otherwise. You be the judge. R. T. Jones, by contrast, shows that the classic position of Christian orthodoxy is very different than that of modern fundamentalists.
Nathan Rice offers thoughts about a commonly-used circular argument. Theo Geek tackles the odd way many people today think about Sodom and Gomorrah.
Northstate Science has posted on archaeology and the Bible.
Clearly the United States needs more political parties. Why should it matter if McCain is “too liberal” while Huckabee wants to rewrite the Constitution? Let’s have more parties, representing a wider range of views, so that we can get past this two-party system (which is but one step away from a one-party system, and that can’t be good).