With the overwhelming influx of information available, discerning readers must become selective in what they give their time to read. Just in case you missed ’em, here are some links I found valuable, and hope you will also.
Holy WeekThe Week Before Christ DiedLigonier Ministries collates a large repository of resources for considering Christ’s active and passive obedience up to the cross. Audio, articles, a few videos, and resources from other well known pastors as well.
Sowell: Is Bullying for Real?
One of the clearer thinkers in America today examines what is happening in our schools, what we should think, and what may be done about it. For those of you who are teachers or witnesses to bullying (in person or cyber), how does Sowell’s conclusions sit with you? Is there accuracy?
Is WI Rep. Ryan’s Proposal A Moment of Truth?
Dave Brooks examines Ryan’s proposal for tax/healthcare reform, and wonders what is next. This article is a bit dated already, as Obama has responded and some view Obama’s rejoinder as the period of the sentence. But the questions raised in Brooks’ article are worth asking in any debate.
Mom Talk: Why Do We Let Our Girls Dress Like That?
Ladies of the world: unite around the simple, non-partisan talk offered in this article, and start taking responsibility for our next generation of young women. Please help!
Lady Gaga in light of Psalm 73
Another from Ligonier Ministries. This applies equally to Lady Gaga as it does to all who seem to be apathetic toward God while creating their own cults of self-worship and successs.
Tullian: You Already Have An “A”
A beautiful illustration of the power of substitutionary atonement, and how the Gospel drives us unto obedience and good works.
The Mystery of Iniquity
If God is good and loving, why is there evil in the world?
Just for fun:
Is the following picture a revealing look at the crumbling USSR empire or (via Wes Hill) further evidence of the Dharma Initiative?