Flotsam & Jetsam (4/14)

Movieology: Hop – It’s arrived in theaters just in time for Easter… but is there more to this “family film” than meets the eye?

Five Books to Read Before Easter – Courtesy of Tim Challies.

And the Prize Goes To… – Albert Mohler writes, “The edifice of modern science is built upon a worldview of naturalistic materialism as a methodological assumption. This controversy shows that the commitment of many scientists goes far beyond methodological naturalism — their commitment is to naturalistic materialism as a fundamental and non-negotiable worldview.”

L is for Labeorphily – “Labeor-what?” you ask. If you wanna know what it means, you’ll just have to visit Gregg’s blog and see.

Spurgeon and the Time Traveler – A laugh… because you need one.

Rob Bell on the Cover of Time – From Denny Burk: “Every year during Easter season, the news weekly’s like to feature stories that tweak traditional Christian belief (for example, The Gospel of Judas, the tomb of Jesus, etc.). For these publications, Holy Week has become heresy week. I think it says something that Bell’s book has now taken a place next to these kinds of stories.”

Knife Tour – An online tour through a collection of various edged weapons? Awesome.

Obama Re-Election Ad: “Four More Years” – Yeah, I knew I’d get your attention with that one. But before you write me off as a leftist wacko, watch the video. It’s not quite what it seems.

“Wisdom is the right use of knowledge. To know is not to be wise. Many men know a great deal, and are all the greater fools for it. There is no fool so great a fool as a knowing fool. But to know how to use knowledge is to have wisdom.” ~ C.H. Spurgeon

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