Know Your White PeopleStuff White People Like is a blog devoted to taking a “scientific approach to highlight and explain stuff white people like.” Take a peek at the full list of SWPL and you’ll see that it’s an uncannily accurate assessment. The blog should add itself to the list.


Garfield minus Garfield — What happens when you remove the title character from their own comic strip? You turn a terribly unfunny strip into, as Garfield minus Garfield says, “an even better comic about schizophrenia, bipolor disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life.”

Internet Radio Appearance — On Monday night I’ll be joining Rick Moore of HolyCoast.com ON THE AIR to discusses presidential politics. The show airs at 7pm PST/10pm EST but you you can listen online anytime or download it to your iPod.

New Blog Alert — I think I’m one of three people in the Reformed community whose favorite Piper is not named John. Though Dr. Piper comes a close second, I’m partial to his son Abraham, the web content editor for Desiring God. Abraham recently launched his own blog, 22 Words, in which each post is limited to 22 words or less.

New (Old) Blog AlertSouthern Appeal, one of my favorite group blogs, has returned from hiatus as a solo venture.

Free Stuff — For a limited time, Modern Parables films are available for free viewing in iPod/iTunes format. (I’ll have a review of the complete series posted in the next few weeks. )

Wheatstone Academy — Matt Anderson sends along a promo video for Wheatstone Academy, an offshoot of the Torrey Honors Institute of Biola University. John Mark Reynolds calls it a “boot camp for the mind.” I’m looking forward to sending my daughter there in a few years.

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Joe Carter founded Evangelical Outpost in 2005. He is the web editor for First Things and an adjunct professor of journalism at Patrick Henry College. A fifteen-year Marine Corps veteran, he previously served as the managing editor for the online magazine Culture11 and The East Texas Tribune. Joe has also served as the Director of Research and Rapid Response for the Mike Huckabee for President campaign and as a director of communications for both the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity and Family Research Council. He is the co-author of How to Argue like Jesus: Learning Persuasion from History's Greatest Communicaton.

  • http://trippincowboy.blogspot.com/ don moo

    It is ironic that on March 8, Pres. Bush vetoed legislation that would ban torture then on March 12 he would be welcomed to speak at the Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville. Who would Jesus torture?

  • Kenotic

    Just anyone who uses the “Who would Jesus [fill in the blank with something where Bush is obviously wrong on, that hypocritical Christian]” cliche one more time. I’m all for that regulation.