In a few minutes we will be departing New York for Florida (with stopovers in Virginia and North Carolina). But I didn’t want to leave without sharing some of the best articles from the Internet from this past week. Enjoy!
Pearl Harbor Day came and went since our last list of links. Esther O’Reilly (pen name for Bethel McGRew) has posted her memories of growing up next to a World War Two veteran. It’s kind of a long read, but well worth your time. If you are on Twitter, Bethel is an excellent follow.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…at least in terms of the articles that cross my desk.
Kevin DeYoung breaks down what we know about the real Santa Claus.
Speaking of Santa…
Just in time for Christmas, here’s a great cultural analysis of It’s a Wonderful Life.
Continuing in the holiday theme, here’s an interesting second look at where Jesus was born.
How much did Mary know? A lot, as it turns out.
Now on to some other, non-Christmasy stuff.
If you read just one of today’s links, make it this one, on the consequences and benefits of speaking the truth in a culture built on lies.
Speaking of lies, here’s a breakdown of how much of academia fell for “The Wife of Jesus” hoax.
Have you been keeping your eye on what’s going on in Australia? You probably should.
Found here and there on the web…
Why did we stop traveling like this?
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