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Read about the top secret Monopoly games that helped free soldiers in World War 2.
Read as The Guardian reports that Jay Farrar will record the third Mermaid Avenue collection.
Read as Paste asks the question, “Is Pearl Jam a modern Grateful Dead?”
Read Tullian Tchividjian’s op-ed response to the controversy now surrounding his ministry.
Read as Al Mohler wonders is babies with Down Syndrome will simply disappear as up to 92% are aborted.
Read about the rolling billboard urging people to have an affair.
Read: The RIAA wants to be reimbursed to the 30-second preview of songs you can hear in iTunes. Seriously. Oh, and the music you hear in TV shows that you get from iTunes. They want money for those too.
Read this piece exploring this concept: “He’s not going to work at _____ for the paycheck, he’s going to work there because he believes in what they are doing.”
Read about Apple entering the chip market.
Read as The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews David Byrne’s new book, Bicycle Diaries.
Read about the result of the Tullian Tchividjian ouster attempt.
Marvel as Justin Taylor finally gets a “real” blog, courtesy of The Gospel Coalition.
Read about Joan Baez finally getting her apology from Bob Dylan over their break-up 44 years ago.
Read about Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel getting married.
Read “Jesus’ Health Care Plan,” an editorial by George Barna.
Read “How to Tweak Your Twitter Layout for Maximum Influence.”
Read what Al Mohler and Mark Driscoll think of Brian McLaren observing the Muslim Ramadan Fast.
Read about a businessman who says that “organized religion” is too organized.
Read about Gollum playing Screwtape.
Browse Paste’s list of 20 of the most literal album covers.
Read Paste’s review of 9.
Read as Trevin Wax interviews a guy in a tie (Robbie Sagers, Ph.D. student at SBTS) about the emergenting church.
Watch a video on the “2×2 Strategy.”
Browse this list of suggestions to get retweeted.
Read Dan Kimball’s thoughts on Jim Belcher’s great book Deep Church.
Watch the Religious Newswriters Association’s discussion on the “New Calvinism.”
Read this piece on the Sunny Day Real Estate reunion.
Read about a truck stop chaplain.
Read Christianity Today’s interview with David Crowder.
Read their review of Crowder’s latest “Church Music.”
Read Christianity Today’s review of the newest from Future of Forestry.
Read Out of Ur’s thoughts on “Internet Campuses.”
Watch Mark Driscoll talk about idolatry to ABC’s Nightline.
Listen to this interview with Tom Schreiner on New Testament theology.
Read as Christianity Today interviews Tullian Tchividjian about the recent controversy surrounding his ministry.
Listen to a panel discussion on eschatology at Boyce College.
PreOrder The Complete Columbia Album Collection, a 70-CD Miles Davis box set.
Read as The Wall Street Journal examines the debate over posthumous publishing of authors.
Read as Austinist interviews singer-songwriter John Vanderslice.
Listen as Amazon is streaming the new Hope Sandoval album, Through the Devil Softly ( out September 29th), in its entirety.