Thursday, May 30, 2013

All Around the Web - May 30, 2013

Albert Mohler - Sneering at Parents, Hiding Behind “Science” — The Emergency Contraception Controversy |

Looking for evidence that our society is losing its mind? Just look at the controversy over so-called “emergency contraceptives” and a federal judge’s effort to make these drugs available, over the counter, to girls of any age.

Last month, Judge Edward Korman of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York handed down an order forcing the Food and Drug Administration to make emergency contraceptives, sometimes called the “morning-after pill,” available without a doctor’s prescription or parental permission to girls without any restriction on age.

Judge Korman’s order would open the door for girls as young as 10 or 11 to obtain the morning-after pill without any involvement by either a doctor or a parent. That same girl, of course, could not be given an aspirin in a school clinic without parental permission, much less a simple antibiotic like penicillin. Nevertheless, this federal judge ruled that girls and women of any age must be allowed over-the-counter access to emergency contraceptives.

Christianity Today - VIDEO: Rob Bell and Andrew Wilson discuss homosexuality | Rob Bell has either aged or had a terrible make over.




Chuck Colson - He is Ascended? So What? |

First, Jesus' exaltation to God's right hand brings the gospel story full circle.

Second, Jesus' exaltation to God's right hand means that gospel preaching proclaims a royal reality, not strictly a system of salvation's mechanics.

Third, we share in Jesus' exaltation to God's right hand where we experience the riches of God's grace.


The Hobbit Blog - New Zealand, Home of Middle-earth |




Tim Challies - The History of Christianity in 25 Objects: The Gutenberg Bible |

The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas in Austin contains a copy of what many people consider the most valuable book in the world. The Gutenberg Bible is not only the oldest surviving book to be printed using moveable type, but also the first complete book to be produced with that technology. The volume in the University of Texas is one of only 20 complete copies to survive. Though its value is merely speculative as it has been almost 40 years since a copy was last sold, there is no doubt that if it were put on the market today, it would shatter all existing records. (The edition at the Harry Ransom Center was purchased in 1978 for $2,400,000.) As we survey the history of Christianity in 25 historical objects, Gutenberg’s Bible represents his great contribution to history in the movable type printing press.


Tim Lahaye and Jerry B. Jenkins' book "The Mark" from the Left Behind series makes a very brief cameo in The Amazing Spiderman movie.

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