A lot has been going on this week. There's been protests in the streets in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, and a number of other countries in the Middle East/North Africa. Evidently the Italians want to get in on the action. I heard today that there are protests demanding the resignation of the Italian president. I wonder who's next.
Basketball season is winding down. We have one week left in the regular season, and then the state playoffs begin. It's almost time for the spring sports season, although with the rain we've been having, the teams may be spending a lot of time indoors.
Here is the good stuff:
The evangelical myth of transformation.
Jake Belder on getting work right.
Rachel Held Evans on women speakers at conferences (HT: Scot McKnight).
Scot McKnight on seeking God in Haiti.
The American altar call.
Don't screw things up by thinking too long.
The non-critique that refuses to die.
Dan Allen on the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Is Alan Knox a wolf in sheep's clothing?
Keith Giles on remembering the poor.
I hope you have a great week.
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