As my father-in-law puts it, who has more fun than people? Just think. These men could have been doing something important, like serving on the PCA committee investigating the Auburn Avenue stuff. But wait a minute . . . I think this is the committee. HT: Mark Horne
I can’t stand it.
We are gearing up for Trinity Fest the week after next — we are looking forward to a wonderful time. All systems are go, and registrations have been robust. To whet your appetite, we now have a banner over Main Street, which you can check out here.
American Christians continue their hunt for something that will finally justify them, and that they can fit in their mouths. If that could happen, and it can’t, it would be more like Oreo cookies than this. But still . . . HT: Purgatorio
I really enjoyed the ultimate pro-WalMart article, which can be found here. Strident opponents of WalMart will not be edified by reading this because it is a primer in sound economics, and their arguments against WalMart are more in the hoodoo theological line. But this, if anyone wants to read through an incisive evaluation of …
Mark Driscoll has some good things to say here about the Episcopalian death spiral. HT: Justin Taylor Speaking of death spirals, seven Canadian women have decided to take the innovative thinking about marriage (that is all the rage these days) to the next so-called level. They have decided to marry themselves, which should at least …
We need to let the Super WalMart come to Moscow now. No, not for those low, low prices. We need to head off the violence. Some Dutch pederasts are forming a political party. Gives a whole new meaning to those yard signs saying “Say Yes for the Kids!” I am currently having a fun time …
For some good wholesome fun, a Semi-Pelagian Narrower Catechism can be found here. HT: David Field
After I linked to “why women live longer,” someone helpful sent this picture-spread riposte on women drivers. But all I can see are the cars. Don’t see any drivers at all.
I am greatly indebted to Sister Toldjah for a fantastic Thomas Sowell quote. “It’s amazing how much panic one honest man can spread among a multitude of hypocrites.”