Tuesday, November 25, 2014

When Angels Dance, and other links

The posting of links does not constitute an endorsement of the sites linked, and not necessarily even agreement with the specific posts linked.

* Another rude Obamacare surprise awaits -- "People who didn’t have health insurance during 2014 may soon have to pay a penalty fee that starts at $95 and goes up based on how much you earn."

* Debate over Christian club at Wantagh High School on Long Island -- "According to the Equal Access Act of 1984 it's unconstitutional not to allow faith-based clubs."
* Here’s What Happens to Your Data After You Die -- "...before you die and leave your family a mess of locked-down digital assets...There are three key things you need to do..."
* NAACP sues the Radiance Foundation for exercising right to Free Speech -- "The ACLU of Virginia and the Electronic Frontier Foundation file an amicus brief on behalf of The Radiance Foundation’s First Amendment rights to criticize an organization through parody."
* So You Think Theology Is Impractical? -- "When Angels Dance: The Practical Value of “Impractical” Questions...what sounds like a purely speculative question about the nature of angels is really a question about the fundamental nature of the universe itself. If the universe contains both spiritual and physical realities, how do they relate to each other?"
* Student punished for preaching sues Everett school district -- “Leal is described in the lawsuit as a 'young man who is a practitioner of the Christian faith' who believes he should convey his beliefs to others.”
Study Suggests Genetic Link for Male Homosexuality -- "Experts not involved in the study were more skeptical."
What Philippians 4:6-7 Bible Passage Can Teach Us About Managing Anxiety Today -- "Brandon Dale, a Brown University student, said he often turns to Biblical study to deal with school pressures and anxiety -- and he finds this one to be particularly powerful because of its complexity."
* Will Satanist material, Bibles both be banned from some Florida schools? -- "...the school board has discussed the possibility of revoking the policy allowing distribution of religious literature..."

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