- Clinton's derision of Catholics, evangelicals is revealed -- "...a batch of recently released WikiLeaks emails have torn back the curtain on the religious bigotry of the Hillary Clinton campaign."
- Election 2016 Thoughts – Part One: A vote for a 3rd Candidate is not a Wasted Vote or a Vote for Clinton -- "...I actually believe this kind of thinking is exactly why we are in the mess we are in."
- Faith-based film 'I'm Not Ashamed' slammed by atheists -- "Some are slamming the film’s premise that the first victim of the Columbine massacre, Rachel Scott, was killed after she said she believed in God."
- Gospel Missionism and the Southern Baptist Convention -- "...no studies investigate whether the Gospel Mission Movement may have been early evidence of a paradigm shift in the missiological thinking of some field missionaries which conflicted with the status quo of the home sending agency."
- How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat -- "The sugar industry paid scientists in the 1960s to play down the link between sugar and heart disease and promote saturated fat as the culprit instead..."
- Jack Chick, Christian-tract evangelist, died Sunday -- "Chick is best known for his empire of comic-book-style Christian tracts, which often featured in-your-face confrontations against beliefs and philosophies that did not agree with evangelical Protestantism..."
- Left-Wing Berkeley Protesters Demand ‘Spaces of Color’, Harass White Students Trying to Pass -- "UC Berkeley never disappoints."
- Sacred Harp -- "I love going to Sacred Harp singings."
- State of Georgia demands pastor turn over sermons -- "He was fired for something he said in a sermon."
- The Gospel of Ghoul -- "Those who indulge in such displays are taking something serious, eternal, and consequential and treating it with a finesse of a butcher doing brain surgery.
- Watch an Impromptu Medieval Icelandic Hymn Sung in a Modern Train Station -- "Despite the fact that this song, "Heyr himna smiður," dates to around 1208 and the Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof station was built in the mid-19th century, the sound and the space seem perfectly suited to one another."
- Who Moved My Old Landmark? Changing Definitions of Landmarkism in the Early Twentieth Century -- "Few aspects of the body of academic work dedicated to Landmarkism are as remarkable as the diversity with which these various scholars have defined Landmarkism."
Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Clinton's derision, and other links
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