SpunkyHomeSchool reminds us that there is a societal problem in the way boys are raised - and the lack of fathers in too many homes is a big part of that. While I recognize there are exceptions, the general rule applies. Boys raised sans father (or male role model) are more likely to have all sorts of woes in life.
Carnivals, carnivals everywhere! There's a Biblical Studies carnival that looks interesting. God or Not will soon be up at Cadmusings, with the topic of "faith." (Please pray, too as Cadmus has suffered a death in the family.)
I've also stumbled onto a story blogging carnival which may warrant a further look. And, of course, this week's Christian Carnival will be at Pursuing Holiness.
I really did mean it when I said it was refreshing to see a sound moral point being made on television. Alas, not every show is as enlightened. Too bad Mr. Eko was taken from the priests before He could be taught that Jesus was sinless. This is why, though, we should not take theology lessons from television - even if there is the occassional nut/blind squirrel situation.
Amen!. (Okay, if you follow the link you'll get to a post by John at Blogotional discussing the coarsening standards in the Godblogosphere.)