Wednesday digest

January 11, 2012

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New today from the Century:

  • Jesse James DeConto on a small group for debtors: "When Scott Sorrentino's church started talking about a new "debt annihilation" program, his ears perked up." (subscription required)

  • Adam Copeland highlights secular calls for something like sabbath: "Do today's main advocates of sabbath (or
    “quiet,” “rest,” “time away,” whatever you call it) approach it from a
    spiritual-but-not-religious perspective?"
  • Lou Carlozo reviews the latest Coldplay album: "Mylo Xyloto strives to be melodic and grandiose, thoughtful and
    commercial, a big seller but not a sellout. It's the artistic equivalent
    of trying to serve Zeus and mammon, and it doesn't come without risks." (subscription required)
  • Steve Thorngate posts Lutheran Satire's flowchart on how to determine what denomination you are


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