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Monday, March 10, 2014

Blogaround



1. A couple good ones from xkcd: Now and Frequency.

2. The Indian sanitary pad revolutionary (posted March 3) "He was shocked to learn that women don't just use old rags, but other unhygienic substances such as sand, sawdust, leaves and even ash."

3. Three highly ignored teachings of the New Testament: Sabbath healings, circumcision, and unclean food (posted February 22) "That is a tremendously revolutionary statement that calls out one of the most pious-sounding things that Christians always say about worship and life in general: It’s not about you; it’s about God’s glory. Nope, the Sabbath is made for humankind, not for God’s glory." This post hits it out of the park.

4. What Really Changed After The Resurrection? (A Challenge For Lent) (posted March 5) "In other words, if the kingdom of God is really at hand, the only way people are going to notice is if we become the physical embodiment of the kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven."

5. Sex, Divorce, and Good Christian Kids (posted February 5) "I’m watching too many couples play Russian roulette with their lives because they aren’t listening to their gut instincts about who they want or need to spend their lives with because they happened to have found one person somewhat enchanting and willing to play the Christian marriage game and the stakes are: your whole future on this decision, made in the worst possible state of mind, horny celibacy."

6. Fake Magazine Covers That Expose Real Inequality (posted March 8)

7. 40 Ideas for Lent 2014 (posted March 5)

8. Fukushima disaster: Plan to send residents home three years after nuclear accident labelled 'irresponsible' (posted March 10) 

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