Weekly RoundupLinks — By David Nilsen on August 9, 2013 at 6:47 am
Apparently, pornography is the new normal. Iceland brought the idea to our attention earlier this year, but now the UK is forcing us all to ask questions about liberty, personal freedom, and harmful dispositions of the soul.
Fred Sanders argues at Christianity Today that anyone who suggests that the Trinity has a lot to do with gender probably doesn’t understand either too well. Actually, he’s a lot more charitable than that, but no one is surprised.
Speaking of the Trinity, this video by The Lutheran Satire is brilliant. You should watch it now. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
Brett McCracken has a new book out, called Gray Matters: Navigating the Space Between Legalism and Liberty. We’ll be reviewing the book pretty soon, but in the mean time, you can read a sample chapter here; he’s even got a way for you to get his first book for free.
Poetry can be beautiful, but it can also be scathing. There’s even a poet you can hire on Craigslist to write poems about you. See one such experience here.
Matthew Tuininga thinks that America’s abortion laws are quickly becoming more liberal. And that’s a good thing!
It’s a strange new world we live in when Russian leader Vladimir Putin is calling on the US and Europe to unite to end anti-Christian persecution. More than that, he thinks the Russian church and state must unite to show moral leadership in the face of a secularizing West. Is this good for Russia, or just a sad commentary on the state of the US and Europe?
At last, that fateful moment in world history has arrived. Meet the Twelfth Doctor!