It was with great sadness that I learned of the demise of one of my most trusted news sources, the inscrutable Weekly World News. The New York Times reports that the venerable supermarket staple is soon to shutting down the press. This is a great loss to the world checkout line journalism. Weekly World News … Read more
What benefit can examining a political candidate’s religious beliefs have for voters? Not long ago, I wrote a post on Sen. Hillary Clinton’s comments regarding her self-described Christian beliefs. A reader named Ron commented: In fact, that part of the Constitution coincides with my personal interest about the religion of a politician. All I want … Read more
A Deeply Religious Civil Religion: Ken Myers of Mars Hill Audio gives a brief review of David Gelertner’s new book on ‘Americanism.’
When someone like Faith Hill is given extensive body-altering Photoshop work for a magazine cover, something is seriously wrong.
Russell Moore discusses interracial marriage and emergent truth.
Ever wonder why do schoolchildren get a three-month summer vacation? Juliet Lapidos investigates the origins of the summer break.
John Rabe, who is most entertaining when writing about baseball, didn’t like the All Star game either.
Caught in a Web of Comment: How corporate marketers can reach out to blogs.
John Piper gives briefly one of the best takes on evangelism I’ve heard in a long time. (audio clip)
Over at Blogs for Fred, we’ve partnered with The Fred Store for a new promotion for bloggers who support Fred Thompson for president. If you add your blog to the Blogs for Fred blogroll, The Fred Store will send you a free coffee mug and bumper sticker that says “I Blog for Fred.” If you’re … Read more