1. An Atheist Goes to Church
Since the passing of Christopher Hitchens, my favorite living atheist is probably Michael Ruse, philosopher of biology at Florida State University. For a taste of Ruse’s interesting perspective, check out his recent Chronicle of Higher Education piece on attending church this past Christmas.
2. Lawsuit Abuse Website
Ridiculously frivolous lawsuits have now become so commonplace that there is a website devoted to them. Its called Faces of Lawsuit Abuse. Here you can learn about various bizarre cases (including a confessed killer suing his victim and a 400 lb. prison inmate suing because his clothes don’t fit) as well as the devastating effects of our society’s hyper-litigiousness.
3. Jonathan Cahn on 9/11
Jonathan Cahn is a messianic rabbi at the Beth Israel Worship Center in Wayne, New Jersey and president of Hope of the World ministries. His teachings are broadcast daily around the world, but until recently I had never heard this remarkable sermon on 9/11. Judge for yourself whether the connections he traces between Isaiah 9 and the events on that day and its aftermath are mere coincidence or fulfillment of prophecy.