There are many good things put out there each day, and if the day allows, I will post them here daily simply because I do not have the time to do a post on each link, as important and helpful as it is.
The first link comes from Barbara Kay at yesterday’s National Post. There she talks about a book in which a person infiltrated Liberty University in the US, the most prominent evangelical college in the USA. I found the article intriguing in that the university, from what it sounds like, lives up to every Christian stereotype. Unfortunately, that stereotype is then thrown onto every single Christian in the world even though, for example, you would NEVER find a Catholic university like this. It demonstrates to me the fear of reason many Protestants have, and I think it has to do with their concept of sin, human nature, and the body (in the puritan tradition at least). Click here for more.
The next two have to do with art:
The first is from the artist who did the magnificent tapestries at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in Los Angeles. They are breathtaking and it is worth the 6 minutes of watching.
The second is a performance artist who surprises you with the brilliance of his painting in so short a time. I think you will be well impressed as well.
This is an image that, I believe, puts things into perspective (and one of the MANY reasons I am frustrated with the spoiled-brat syndrome of the OWS movement)
The Creative Minority Report has a very interesting post on a Discovery Channel special about when life begins. Pro-aborts will cringe at the clarity of it. Click here to read.
That’s all for now.