Weekly Roundup

This week’s noteworthies are fairly self-explanatory, so they are presented without comment. 

Move over New Atheists, there’s a New Theist in town.

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The 4th of July: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly.

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Egypt’s Pope hails protesters taking back ‘stolen revolution.’

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RAND PAUL: Celebrating American independence while abetting tyranny.

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What J.R.R. Tolkien said to the Nazis when they asked if he was Jewish.

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Your Boss Owes You a Paycheck, not Fulfillment.

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If only Kermit Gosnell had worn pink sneakers like Wendy Davis.

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Nearly 1,200 People Have Starved to Death in NHS Hospitals.

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Beliefs Are Not Set in Stone, Except for When They’re on Tablets (Rachel Held Evans, Same-Sex Marriage, and When Not to Rethink Your Theology).

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21 Jokes Only Nerds Will Understand (Or people with questionable senses of humor).

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UPDATE:  American Evangelist Arrested in London for Preaching Homosexuality is a Sin.

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David Nilsen

David graduated from Biola University in 2008, with a B.A. in Philosophy. He studied Historical Theology for three years at Westminster Seminary in California (his essays on Theology, Church History and Eastern Orthodoxy can be found here). David has been blogging about Philosophy, Politics and Culture since 2004. He has contributed to The White Horse Inn and The Gospel Coalition. You can also follow him on Twitter.