Here are some headlines from around the web, to take you into the weekend.
Christianity and Politics
The continuing conversation over the Manhattan Declaration: R. C. Sproul, Ligon Duncan, and Paul Edwards add their voices. Hunter Baker addresses John Stackhouse’s objection that the Declaration is “philosophically and politically incoherent”.
Christianity and Culture
New study reveals the costly effects of pornography. (Also check out JT’s post with a great list of additional resources on the subject)
Robert Wright on how the New Atheism crusade is encountering powerful and possibly pivotal resistance: “Maybe this is the New Atheists’ biggest problem: As living proof that religion isn’t a prerequisite for divisive fundamentalism, they are walking rebuttals to their own ideology.”
This one is for Glenn: Scar Wars – a Star Wars/Scarface mash-up (content warning, not for delicate flowers)