Someone stole the remains of a saint’s heart from a Dublin cathedral – the heart was purportedly 850 years old…
Daniel Kirk suggests narrative theology calls us to action in a different way in Faithfulness Beyond Instruction.
James K.A. Smith looks at a new book on Post-Secularism.
Does Suburbia Hurt Christianity?
Brian LePort shares an important video about the effects of media consumption on young women.
David Nilsen with K’NEX, Barbie and the tension of true feminism.
Sarah reminds us Life isn’t Instagram.
Jon Acuff on Thinking You’re Naked.
Rehabilitating Inerrancy in a Culture of Fear.
The KONY 2012 video took the internet by storm this week. If you haven’t seen it, the video is about the war crimes of Joseph Kony and his horrific pattern of forcing children into his army.
While awareness of such atrocities is very important, and I’m encouraged to see so many people expressing a passion for this issue, there were questions raised about the video and Invisible Children, the charity that produced it.
Some of the best articles I read on the controversy this week were from Andrew Harding at BBC Africa, Mark Memmot at NPR, and Joshua Keating at Foreign Policy Magazine.
Also, Rachel Held Evans posted an extensive list of resources about Kony, the conflict, and Invisible Children.