Posts Tagged ‘japan tsunami’

This week: a good summary of the disaster in Japan from one of my pastors, talking to your kids about sex, and a unique Palin critique from Doug Wilson.

The Japanese Tsunami – Summary of Video, News, Opinion, Biblical Responses & Charitable Opportunities (by Mitch Majeski)

It all happened while we watched and gasped. Never before has the world been exposed to such vivid and comprehensive footage of a disaster of this magnitude.  The Japanese Tsunami is unique among all natural catastrophes in its power and exposure to the world. The images have been riveting but it is critical for us to remember they are indeed real. Real people were consumed. Real people were scrambling from those horrifying waters.

How to Talk Your to Your Kids About Sex (by Mark & Grace Driscoll)

The “sex talk” is not a one-off conversation. Regular dialog about sexuality should begin when children are young and last until they’re married for the sake of loving, biblical guidance. The fact is parents are not always able to shelter their kids from every single outside influence.

A Palin Critique (by Doug Wilson)

This is the one regnant corruption that a Palin presidency would likely make worse, and it is not a trivial point. She has a strong constitutionalist streak (GR. 143), and another libertarian streak, which, when combined with her feminism, could easily lead to a toxic mix on issues like women in combat, women being susceptible to the draft, DADT in the military, homosexual civil unions, and so on.

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