Flotsam & Jetsam (1/17)

This Isn’t the Response You’re Looking For – This is too good: “The Administration shares your desire for job creation and a strong national defense, but a Death Star isn’t on the horizon.”

Mind-Blowing 3D Chalk Works – Mind-blowing is pretty accurate.

Mining for Truth – “The Bible will not unpack itself; we have to exert our minds to think.” An increasingly unpopular activity for many Christians, unfortunately.

Before It Gets Big Enough – An excellent piece from Frank Turk. “The problem really isn’t that we live in a post-Christian nation. We should accept that we do. We should be convinced of it. The problem is when we are therefore satisfied with that, and we find that Jesus is only our private savior, and our local comfort, and our homestyle god.”

Book Review: Will You Be My Facebook Friend – This looks like an worthwhile read. I’m tempted to add it to my TBR list. Will another addition cause the infernal thing to come crashing down on my head? I think I’ll chance it.

Alarming Level of Pride – So funny and so true. So painfully true.

Looper – “Looper is a gangster movie with a time-travelling sci-fi setup. It breaks the mold of most time travel movies by completely subjecting the logic of time travel to the needs of the story. And boy, does it tell a story.” It gladdens me to find someone who is as enthusiastic about this movie as I am.”

How Ben Lapps Makes Breakfast – If you play the guitar, or like making breakfast, go watch this video. Like, now.

“Men in general do not live as if they looked to die; and therefore do not die as if they looked to live.” – Thomas Manton

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