Best Links of the Week
Apparently Nancy Pelosi makes all of her public policy decisions based on “The Word.” One of my pet peeves is politicians isogeting Scripture, it is almost sure to be a disaster. I am wondering what part of the “The Word” encourages abortion. Do yourself a favor and watch the incoherent trainwreck that was her speech.
Interesting article on the massive contraction of the U.S. Money Supply.
Apparently Michelangelo sketched a human brain into the head of God in the Sistene Chapel.
Some interesting analysis of the sociology of Facebook.
For all you GUT folks: Neutrinos have mass.
Hillary Clinton thinks ‘the rich aren’t paying their fair share’ of taxes. I guess $.40 on the dollar isn’t enough for the sticky fingers of Uncle Sam.
Some in-depth analysis of the “New Calvinism.” Don’t agree with all the conclusions from the article, but a worthwhile read. On a sidenote, people need to more properly delineate the terms “Neo-Calvinism” and “new calvinism.” Neo-Calvinism is Dutch Reformed thinking from mainly Abraham Kuyper and also Herman Bavinck. New Calvinism is a term associated with the surging sub-group of Reformed Evangelicals who have some small distinctives from the traditional arc of Calvinists.
Burk Parsons also offers some thoughts on the New Calvinism.
I am so glad I don’t have to do this for salvation and blessing.
All you caffeine addicts… recent science shows your morning coffee doesn’t give you any real perk, rather it merely gets you to your baseline productivity. On a sidenote, why do so many evangelical ministers seem to be okay (and some even proud) of their coffee/caffeine addiction? Am I the only one that thinks this is odd?
Here is a pretty incredible action (and quite violent) sequence from a 1992 John Woo movie entitled Hard Boiled. Woo is an auteur of the fight scene: