Tuesday digest

September 27, 2011

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New today from the Century:

  • Mary Anderson's lectionary column for Sunday, October 9: "If you wrestle with this Matthean parable through the night, it'll leave
    you limping by morning. Martin Luther didn't like preaching on it, and
    worshipers in early October won't be in the mood for its judgment." (subscription required)
  • Tony Robinson reviews three books on dementia and caregiving: "My father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at age 80.
    Had I read these new books, I might have been more helpful to him in that difficult moment." (subscription required)
  • David Heim asks whether Constantinianism is all bad: "Don't
    Christians want people in power to embrace Christianity and Christian values?
    Is it a bad thing if they do? Is it impossible or meaningless for them to try?"
  • I link to Justice Scalia's bizarro JFK moment


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