Low hanging fruit – recommended reads from the past week

Here are some things I’ve enjoyed reading or listening to this past week:

The Atlantic thinks about the consequences of having Facebook host all the world’s news.

Tim Challies writes on the privileges of the pastor’s wife.

Robert Gagnon talks about homosexuality and the decision by City Church in San Francisco to allow members to be practicing homosexuals.

Jay Harvey on whether Jesus was for same-sex unions.

Facebook wants to give you the internet wherever you are.

Here is one way 3D printing can make the world a better place.

Obamacare is already entering the death spiral, says Sean Parnell.

R. C. Sproul, Jr., on how important a calling motherhood is.

I listed to two fascinating Econtalks while mowing this week, both well worth your time – David Skarbek on Prison Gangs and the Social Order of the Underworld, and Gary Marcus on the Future of Artificial Intelligence and the Brain.

World Magazine’s cover article on Russia and the Baltic states is eye-opening.

Don’t miss Jeffrey Goldberg on the Jews’ plight in Europe.


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