Sacrifice of the Fittest, Boys Being Girls, and Tim Tebow

Andrew Lisi just wrote an excellent piece on sacrifice from Leviticus.  I loved this paragraph: But as I was reading through today I came across Lev. 22:21 and immediately saw one of the countless threads rooted in that book of the Bible that’s woven throughout Scripture. In Leviticus the perfect animal sacrifice is called for. [Read More...]

Will Ferrell, Kurt Warner, and The Meaning of Life

I recently watched the movie “Stranger Than Fiction” and found that it suffers from a typically cinematic kind of mistake: it equates real living with a narcissistic, irresponsible, work-shirking kind of life. That, quite simply, is problematic. The title character, Harold Crick (played by former Saturday Night Live actor Will Ferrell) muddles through life as [Read More...]

Real-Life Sanctification: How Much Television Should a Christian Watch?

I actually figured this one out the other day. Turns out the correct amount rounds out to about eight hours a week. Just thought that you might want to know. And with that, I bring this bad joke to a close, even as I ask this question in a serious manner: how much tv should [Read More...]


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