In the Blogosphere
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From a recent episode of Law and Order: “I grew up thinking Roe v. Wade was gospel. Now… I don’t know where my freedom ends and the dignity of another being begins.” Christianity Today covers the story.
A new website that makes the case for life.
A quick and easy way to format the footnotes for your research paper
Baptist Messenger launches the Insight Podcast with Doug Baker. Check out the new website. First podcasts include Chuck Colson, Timothy George, and a panel on the Emerging Church.
An interesting article on the death of the book review. “Like news, book reviews have become crowd-sourced, with bloggers and Amazon readers leading the way. But these reviews, unlike those that appear in publications, do have an impact on sales, because they appear right next to the product being sold and persist in online perpetuity.” (HT – Challies)
On FaceBook: “If you want community without depth or commitment, go to Facebook. If you want community with depth and commitment (and if you are Christian) you should go to church.”
Chris Brauns on mixing the roles of church and family.
Pope Benedict encourages a personal relationship with Christ.
Memorial service for the last survivor of the Titanic.
Tullian shows us how we can identify a reliable preacher.
Top Post this week at Kingdom People: Seminary Online, By Extension or On Campus? The Benefits and Drawbacks of Each