- Return of the Jesus Wars: The irony is that Aslan’s succès de scandale would be more deserved if he had actually written in defense of the Islamic view of Jesus. That would have been something provocative and — to Western readers — relatively new.
- At Christian Companies, Religious Principles Complement Business Practices: Focusing on particular practices, like quotes on fry boats or gospel music, can obscure deep philosophical divisions among Christians who think about business ethics. For some, the Bible is a kind of business manual you’d buy in an airport bookstore, offering timeless precepts that happen to maximize profits.
- How Should Churches and Seminaries Respond to Immigrant Pastors Who Minister in the US Illegally? Three views on foreign-born preachers in the pulpit.
- An Evangelical Scientist’s Notes on Climate Change and Faith: Science helps me understand how human activities affect global conditions, but it is not my primary motivation in trying to call attention to climate change. That motivation comes from my faith commitment. – See more at:
- The Ultimate Spaceship Face-off: A highly speculative search for the fastest ship in science fiction.
Just for Fun
- If you have a few spare minutes, check out this impressionist singing Bohemian Rhapsody in too many different voices to count. And he does an impressive job getting each person to oddly fitting parts of the song (e.g. Jack Nicholas’ “I just killed a man” and George Bush’s “Goddbye everybody, I’ve got to go”).