Daniel Kirk discusses how to differentiate between what is, and isn’t, written to us in Scripture.
Joy confesses I Can’t Read The Bible That Way.
David Livermore bemoans the return of the Ugly American Reputation.
Julie Clawson suggests we can view The Hunger Games as an Allegory of Christian Love, Monica Selby explains Why We Need Dystopian Tales, Amy Simpson discusses Jesus in the Hunger Games, and Bo Sanders looks at the irony of Violence in The Hunger Games (Ok, fine, I should probably give in and read this story soon).
Rachel Held Evans hosts “Ask a Pacifist” with Tripp York.
The Work of the People now has video available from Jesus, Bombs, and Ice Cream.
Required reading on the killing of Trayvon Martin.
Sarah discusses Vulnerability as True Courage.
Suzannah on The Youth Exodus & Consumer Christianity,
Brett McCracken praises Being Out of the Loop.
How Books are Born (HT: Tim Challies)