Cross Blogging has a new symposium up. The topic is Theocracy in America. I'm against it, if you're wondering, as are most Christians I know. But it keeps coming up in the MSM that we're seeking to impose one on the country. Should be an interesting symposium.
Considering where I work, I perhaps shouldn't link to this, but I just love this quote: "Even though it was a simulation, researchers were pleased to see the drivers reacted as though it were real life. When a computer-generated car cut in front of them, 'people were flipping off the cars,' Rakauskas said. "That didn't seem to affect their driving."
Way to encourage the behavior: "but honey, it's safe to do that!"
Adrian Warnock is about finished with his questionnaire. Surprise, surprise - I'm tending towards the analytical.
Dr. Mark Roberts is continuing a series on church conflict that is turning into a series on I Corinthians 13. Good stuff, as usual, from one of my favorite bloggers.
Kentucky Packrat has the Christian Carnival this week (deadline tonight.) Instructions on submissions are in the post.
A real bird's-eye view of things (HT: Nick Queen.)
Todd at FiveChildren provides opportunity for a prayer of thanksgiving and a prayer for healing. Fortunately, our God does well at handling both! Keep him and his family in your prayers this week - I will be.
Duct tape as a tool to be used by God? It's brilliant! And not just because of the Red Green reference. I could only hope to be so useful to the master workman Himself!
Always humbling when you find out someone you respect as a blogger has taken notice of something you wrote. Rebecca's blog is a very good one - and I'm not just saying that! See here for instance.
Vox Apologia's topic for the week is "The Resurrection: The lever that moved that world?" Timely, coming relatively soon after Easter. Think...write...submit!