- 35 on 35 -- "Fascinating food, history and popular culture lure travelers along Interstate 35."
- A “Gospel” that Almost Killed Me -- "When it comes to embracing the prosperity gospel, I doubt that you would have found anyone more dedicated or ruthless than me."
- All History Is Revisionist History -- "The key is that history is about making meaning of the past...It is inevitably controversial, for interpretation is inherently subjective."
- Baylor, the Man -- "Even though the name Baylor has been prominent in Texas higher education for 174 years, Judge R.E.B. Baylor’s name was attached to the university only as the result of a quirky legislative process."
- Censoring the internet – A plea from John Milton -- "Milton argued that suppressing books was like murdering someone...The governments should treat us like grown-ups able to think and reason for ourselves."
- Cradle Graves: Not Just for Children -- "Cradle graves began appearing in American cemeteries in early part of the 1800s. This type of marker became popular during the Civil War..."
- Deconstructing Driscoll – Lessons for American, Australian and UK Church Cultures -- "...the impression was given that Mark knew what he wanted to say and the bible passage was just a back up – rather than the other way round."
- Dem Rep. Cicilline: Imprison White House Officials That Don’t Comply with Congressional Subpoenas -- "...Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, suggested imprisonment for officials in the Trump administration that did not comply with congressional subpoenas."
- Don’t Be a 9Marxist! -- "Members were “infantilized.” Power was “concentrated at the top” and had no accountability."
- Judge dismisses suit against NAMB by ex-state exec -- "Citing “ecclesiastical abstention doctrine, rooted in the First Amendment’s free exercise clause,” Davidson wrote, “The Court dismisses this case for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.”"
- Judge Slams Kim Foxx For Double Standard in Smollett Case: ‘Your Office Created This Mess’ -- "A Cook County judge recently castigated State’s Attorney Kim Foxx for upholding a double standard by prosecuting an anonymous woman for filing a false police report after dropping all charges against Empire actor Jussie Smollett, who was indicted for the same offense."
- Pedophilia Being Taught As “Sexual Orientation” in California Schools -- "With “sexual orientation” increasingly becoming a legally protected category across almost half of the states already — with Congress working on it too — the implications of defining pedophilia and pederasty as such are hard to overstate."
- Scoop: A new conservative media company -- "Jonah Goldberg is leaving National Review in the coming months to start a new conservative media company with Steve Hayes, who was editor-in-chief of The Weekly Standard when its owner shut it down in December."
- Texas Teacher Confiscates Bible from Second-grader -- "They are letting them read The Hunger Games, that’s kids killing kids, why can’t she read the Bible?"
- The False God of Feelings: Mayor Buttigieg’s Pro-Gay Christianity -- "...if your God never tells you to do anything you don’t want to do, your god is probably you."
Thursday, May 02, 2019
35 on 35, and other links
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