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  1. Outside T. Fold says:

    Followed the APU link to CT and found a link to this, on Mr. Fred Rogers, in CT’s sidebar. Was all excited to come back here and say, Ooh! Great link! Except it’s one step removed from the linkathon links. But still. It’s “ooh!” worthy.

    Book review of biography of Fred Rogers:

    Was really struck by this, in a paragraph on sacredness and that described a “just-following-orders” world:

    His faith convinced him that human beings are capable of great evil as well as great love. As he said at a meeting of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry: “What really matters is whether he [the child] uses the alphabet for the declaration of war or the description of a sunrise—his numbers for the final count at Buchenwald or the specifics of a brand-new bridge.”

    I went to the movies to see the documentary, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” and was so uplifted by his work and the deep, abiding respect and care he showed for children.

  2. Steve says:

    I found the Arminian article interesting. I didn’t realize Arminians were self conscious to be labeled as such. I thought it was more the other way around with Calvinists bearing the shame. Anyway, I kind of feel both sides are a bit problematic. Lutheranism seems to offer an alternative but not without it’s own problems.

  3. Em says:

    The report on the Coptic Christians nominated for the Nobel Peace Pruze, if accurate – announcement this coming Thurs. – should be a very sobering ponder for us all….
    Do we not resist? Not sure, but i don’t doubt that God sees and He will repay….

  4. WHOA! I got linkathoned!!!

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