Evangelicalism at Ivy League Schools

The New York Times has been running a series on class in America called Class Matters.  This past week, they ran a very interesting article on Evangelicalism at Ivy League schools.  It discusses how evangelicalism is no longer a religion of the "rural south" but...

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Why Islam Is Disrespected Worldwide

Townhall.com has a very good article on why Islam is considered bad religion by much of the west – just look at the behavior of its adherents.   To summarize his well-taken points: The recent false report by Newsweek on the flushing of the Koran by...

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Christians and Yoga – YES

I have been harping on this for years, that yoga is one of my favorite spiritual disciplines (despite its Hindu origins).  Now Christianity Today seems to give yoga the OK, years too late, but better late than never. Also at CT, see Yoga: An Exercise...

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A New Blog From Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt has assembled an impressive lineup of bloggers for a new group blog called One True God. This is one that looks like it’s worth bookmarking and checking out often. (Hat tip: Matt Crash)

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What’s Wrong With Conservatism?

First Things, the premier quarterly journal of Judeo-Christian political thought, has an excellent article (from 1996, but still totally relevant) on what’s wrong with conservative American politics.  I’ve exercpted his points, but you should give the original article a read.  It is noteworthy that for...

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Separation of Church and State on NPR

Today’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross features two interviews from opposite sides of this issue (audio should be posted by 3PM EST).  The first half hour was an interview with Dr. D. James Kennedy, pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian megachurch Coral Ridge Ministries, which includes...

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Whose slope is slippery?

Often times in debates and discourse over hotly divided issues the oft-used, seldom supported slippery slope argument rears its head. It is common knowledge to every one on the left that the right is the home of the slippery slope. I have even been known...

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