Monday, March 10, 2008

The Rundown

So it's been way too long since my last post. I'm not going to take up a lot of space covering what I've missed, but I do want to list out the links at least.

Most recently, I read today two articles on faith and environmentalism. In the first, the Vatican describes pollution and other social issues as "new sins". I get a kick out of equating these new sins with the Seven Deadly Sins. The other is that the Southern Baptist Convention released a declaration that Christians have a biblical duty to stop global warming.

A week ago I saw an article about a researcher suggests that Moses was high when he received the Ten Commandments. This one begs for more comment and I want to get back to it, but that will have to wait for now.

And a little further back, the news was abuzz with the latest poll showing that more than 40 percent of responders have changed their religious affiliation since their childhood. There's a lot that can be said for this one too, but again hopefully another time.

I saved the best for last. I saw a link to this on a message board and I had to scratch my head. I won't comment other than say, hey whatever floats your boat.

I have a lot stored up for my next post. Hopefully you won't have to wait a month for it.

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