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…read MORE and learn MORE…maybe…maybe not

For those interested in book reviews, you will be interested in reading my newest review on a book called Savage Inequalities.  It is a very important book written about the nature of schools.

1.  Google books has reached an agreement with the author’s guild and they are now going to be able to put more online (I found this via Hebrew Scriptures and More).

2. See part 2 of my review of on Jesus Wants to Save Christians.

3. Isaac has a sermon worth reading from All Saints Day.

4. An important article written on how social networking is changing the way schools will work in the future.

5. What do you thinks of short post by Adrian Warnock that says Christians are called to be hard-workers?

6. Over at Jesus Creed there is a good conversation going on about abortion.

7. I always find this site interesting with his pictures.

8. Do professors have an influence on students?  The New York Times says No.

9. Ryan Bolger argues that all theology is local.

10. Check out this site if you want to know where your bailout money is going.

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One thought on “…read MORE and learn MORE…maybe…maybe not

  1. The abortion debate at Jesuscreed was interesting. To me, it seems the argument of “let’s end abortion by removing the conditions that contribute to it” falls apart when compared to other great social injustices that have been eradicated throughout history.

    Would Wilberforce have put up with the idea “Let’s end the slave trade by removing the conditions that contribute to it.” Or how about Ghandi: “Let’s end the colonization of India by the British by removing the conditions that contribute to it.”

    Thanks for the list of links…they are always thought provoking.

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