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February 17, 2005


I promise to continue blathering on about economics later this weekend (I know; you're all thrilled). For now, here's a few things to read and ponder.

Crux Magazine discusses Ten Fils That Ask the Right Questions. Well worth the read. Very challenging stuff here, and some great movies, to boot.

Michael Spencer is explaining himself. You won't agree with all of it (I don't), but it's a thoughtful read. Check it out.

Spencer also wades into matters of Scripture, and Jollyblogger offers a kind rebuttal. Again, you'll likely fall more on side than the other, but this is a really interesting discussion.

Fox-hunting banned in England. Say it with me now: Laaaaaaaaame.

I said I'll deal with economics and Scripture later - see Mark's post below on the Barnabas Project - but one final thing (for at least twenty-four hours) about Jim Wallis. One of my major, major issues is that Sojourners is presented as a bridge-builder. Not so, folks. Click the link. Read the action alerts page. First, is there anything on this site that your typical National Review-reading conservative (not the populist, Neil Boortz breed) could agree with? Second, is the content of this site markedly different from the folks at A.N.S.W.E.R., IndyMedia or even Michael Moore? I mean come on - they're railing against "death squads." What is this, El Salvador in the 1980s?

I'm just asking, but I sure would like an answer.

Posted by Matt at February 17, 2005 06:37 PM

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