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Read this piece about why Captain American actually hates America.
Read this piece about “Why Diological Teaching.”
Listen to D.A. Carson lecture on Christ and Culture at Moore College.
Read as the New York Times considers “The Power of Art.”
Read as Tim Challies suggests that Brian McLaren may love Jesus but he hates God.
Read as Ed Stetzer considers “The Church, The Kingdom and The Mision.”
Read Paste’s piece about Fela Kuti’s work being reissued. If you’re not familar with Kuti, please do yourself a favor and pick up a couple albums.
Read as Alan Hirsch considers “Shema Spirituality” (this piece is on Facebook, so you’ll need to log in to view it).
Read as EMI puts Abbey Road up for sale. Anyone want to go in with me?!
Read as Paste considers this year’s lineup for the Sasquatch Music Festival including Pavement, Vampire Weekend, MGMT, Massive Attack and others.
See the trailer for Toy Story 3.
Read John Piper’s account of how he almost quit.
Read Elliott Grudem’s thoughts on why to celebrate Lent.
Read Bill Streger’s piece on Ash Wednesday.
Read Leadership Network’s interview with Rob Bell.
Read as The Resurgence considers the importance of vision to leadership.
Read this piece which argues that younger generations are less “religious” than previous generations.
Read about Benny Hinn’s wife filing for divorce. I wonder if it’s because he didn’t have enough faith in his marriage. Sorry, I couldn’t pass that one up.