Christianity Today gives us its 10 Most Redeeming Films of 2007
Atheist v. Christian: video from FORA.tv of a debate held last October at Georgetown University between atheist Christopher Hitchens and Christian Alister McGrath.
Child-Man in the Promised Land: Kay S. Hymowitz takes a frightening look at the man-boys of our culture who never seem to grow up.
The Great White, killing machine: some stunning photos of a Great White in action.
What happens when you press “publish?” Wired has a pretty informative graphic on The Life Cycle of a Blog Post, From Servers to Spiders to Suits — to You.
The ever-shifting Sandman: NPR takes a look at how in today’s world, the well-rested lose respect
End game: Chess king Bobby Fischer, who later in life took a dive off the intellectual deep end, is dead.
The Lost Archive: Missing for a half century, a cache of photos spurs sensitive research on Islam’s holy text. A fascinating look at the quest for a critical edition of the Quran
From biblical scholar Andreas Köstenberger: Jesus and Politics: An Election Primer
University of California geography professor Jared Diamond — of Guns, Germs and Steel fame — opines in today’s New York Times about world consumption factors. These are measures of “the average rates at which people consume resources like oil and metals, and produce wastes like plastics and greenhouse gases.” Diamond observes the great chasm in … Read more