Episode 69: Social Justice vs. Biblical Justice

This week on the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Brian Myers and Dr. E. Calvin Beisner discuss the difference between social justice and biblical justice.

The De-sciencing of American Medicine and What It Means to You

Dr. Jane Orient: The president of the entity that makes the MCAT, Darrell Kirch of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), intends to redefine what makes a good doctor.

Bad Theology, False Flags, and The Church

Collin Bredemuehl: Can bad theology create a false flag? Can bad theology create a situation where someone else deceived so that they would sin as the seeming right choice?

The New Civics Pushes Progressive Advocacy Through Service Learning

David Randall: All around the country you can find a New Civics movement that teaches progressive politics to students using the language of civics.

Luther College Professor: “Jesus was a Muslim”

Here is one of those stories that leaves me scratching my head…

Latte Links (7/8/10)

Miscellany for your Thursday… Video of the American Principles Project founder, Robert…

Latte Links (4/14/10)

Miscellany for tonight and tomorrow… Seek Social Justice, a six-part study developed…

Latte Links (3/19/10)

I’d say this is miscellany, but it will be health care reform…

Obama’s Plea for Civility

I’m not really a fan of the National Prayer Breakfast.  I see…

Latte Links (7/8)

1.  Human Events: The Engagement Riff by Herbert London When spokesmen for…

Twenty Items of Interest (v.43)

1.  I think any U.S. Legislator who was for the closing of…

Twenty Items of Interest (v. 15)

1.  Barack Obama is now a pop culture icon.  Presenting Barocky the…

Twenty Items of Interest (v.5)

1.  What do you think of the United Methodist Church’s policy goals…

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. I want to share with…

Twenty Items of Interest (v.1)

I thought I would pull together twenty links, videos, quotes, pictures that…

Should Christians help alleviate pain?

I’m sorry that I’ve been doing so much political blogging lately (not…