Friday, May 16, 2014

All My Links

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

* 2 Big Problems with Overly Simple Sermons -- "Many sermons are a lot like popular sitcoms."
* Cameras Catch Family Cat Taking on Dog That Bit Boy -- "Roger Triantafilo said his son Jeremy, 4, was riding his bike Tuesday outside the family home when the dog bit him on his left leg."
* Campaign to turn away same-sex couples moves ahead -- "Religious freedom is more than just private worship," the measure's filers wrote. "It involves public expression on moral and social issues."
* Eat Butter, Lose Weight -- "Meet ghee, a fat-burning, paleo- and elimination-diet-approved superfood that's derived from—yes—butter."
* Fire, Faith & Forgiveness: 2010 East Texas church arsonists explain why they did it -- "Two infamous church arsonists are explaining why they waged war on East Texas congregations in 2010."
* Giant boulder nearly collides with Massachusetts church -- "The Lord just kinda said, 'That's enough.'"
* Gym Banishes Breastfeeding Mom to Bathroom -- "Two dozen mothers staged a 'nurse-in' outside an LA Fitness club to support a fellow mom who was recently asked to leave the women's locker room for breastfeeding her baby."
* Pope Francis shocks world by saying the devil exists -- "On Monday, May 12, Lauren Barbato of Bustle wrote an article stating that Pope Francis talks more about Satan than Catholic Church leaders have since 1987..."
Pope says baptism is for everyone, even Martians -- "Pope Francis on Monday declared that everyone has the right to be baptised, even aliens should they come knocking on the church's door."
* Rod and Staff Music Programs -- Workbooks, Teacher's Guides, etc. in shape notes
* Supreme Court puts its legitimacy at risk -- "...there is little doubt that the results demonstrated that the American people are becoming more disenchanted with the nation's highest Court."
* Why Theological Study Is for Everyone -- "Every Christian must be a theologian."

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