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KSZ interviews RM-S about mD at OtM.

Life of a church planter: Todd Hiestand.
Life of a pastor: Jim Martin.
Life of a poet: L.L. Barkat.
LaVonne on wish lists.
Dan Kimball on “organized religion.” Is organized religion unavoidable?
Richard Mouw on formation.
The future is the new: Ben Arment.
The past is now: Mike Bird.
The future begins now: Eugene Cho.
The past is changing into a new future: Jenna Liao.
This research shows the growth of e-Readers, but nothing will replace a finely bound volume as one can find in the Everyman’s Library volumes.
Top 5 blogging misconceptions.
Meandering in the News
2. Miroslav Volf on “no offense given” regarding Yale and the Muslim caricature.
3. Burpless sheep. (HT: BB)
4. Rodney Clapp on cyberstalking. By the way, Rodney, I heard about this via twitter-world.
6. The Narrative: Thomas Friedman. But: The Primitive Narrative is different? Changing Narratives.
7. If you don’t have the facts, claim the facts have been distorted: “The trouble with outsourcing your marbles to the peer-reviewed set is that, if you take away one single thing from the leaked documents, it’s that the global warm-mongers have wholly corrupted the “peer-review” process. When it comes to promoting the impending ecopalypse, the Climate Research Unit is the nerve-center of the operation.” The only way to prove these folks wrong is to offer better evidence. Offer some evidence, Mr. Steyn.
10. For me, the question is this: Why did the minister permit this? (HT: AB) Or this?
11. African American, educated, and unemployed … more than white counterparts.
Meanderings in Sports
LS.jpgTiger Woods, the center of sports news and gossip, will never be the same again — nor will our perceptions of him. Read Karen on Tiger.
We’ll be cheering for Notre Dame’s women’s basketball team; my sister-in-law coached one of the players on the team: Lindsay Schrader.
Big Ten – SEC games were fun.
Joe Posnanski’s good piece on the “one and done” club.
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