Combing the Net – 8/25/2010

Hating on Military Bands — Here’s a pretty terribly researched article from the Washington Post recommending that our Defense Secretary should cut the military bands when addressing spending in the armed forces. It’s really pretty dumb, but at least it would consistent with the government’s approach to education spending. After all, who needs music?

The Crises of Capitalism — Here’s a very well-made, unique animated presentation of various criticisms of Capitalism. Of course, I do not agree with the presenter’s Marxist solutions to the economic crisis. (HT: Challies)

Boys Who Can Shave — Mark Driscoll writes an excellent response to a recent New York Times article (which I linked to yesterday), rebuking cowardly men who act like boys, and the women who enable them.

KJV Translation Differences — Why are there some verses in the King James Bible that aren’t in modern translations? Read about it and/or watch a video explaining.

A Lost Letter to Wormwood — In the spirit of C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters and Randy Alcorn’s Lord Foulgrin’s Letters, Kevin DeYoung presents us with a “lost letter” addressing concerns of those students who are heading off to college for the first time this week.

On Darwin and Darwinism — The latest in a recent back-and-forth debate between Al Mohler and Karl Giberson about reconciling Darwinism and Christianity.

Standing on Strong ShouldersKeith & Kristyn Getty write about the inspiration behind their modern hymn “By Faith”.

One comment on “Combing the Net – 8/25/2010

  1. gettymusic says:

    Thanks for mentioning music by Keith & Kristyn!! Come and join the discussion on their page at – posted by Team Getty

    There’s also a new video of ‘By Faith’ just released –

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