Bought by the Blood

February 18, 2009

Links of the Week

Filed under: Abortion,pornography,pro-life,stimulus,The God I Don't Understand — cubsfan1980 @ 2:12 pm

Wednesday is now officially link day!

I’ve already blogged through three quarters of the book, “The God I Don’t Understand,” and I will finish blogging on it soon.  Until then, be sure to follow the folks at Zondervan publishing who are blogging through the book.  You can check it out here.

The stimulus bill has been in the news for weeks now and was finally passed.  If you are curious on how effective the stimulus package will be then you definitely want to follow this website

I have tried to judge the Obama administration in a charitable li ght, but it’s been much harder after finding out about his nominee for Deputy Attorney General

The pornography industry has a big stake in defending itself against legal challenges and restrictive laws, and it has been stunningly successful in doing so.  One of the leading legal defenders of pornography has been David Ogden, a lawyer who can only be described as a First Amendment extremist, who has even argued against laws against child pornography.

President Barack Obama has nominated David Ogden as Deputy Attorney General of the United States.  This nomination is both ominous and dangerous.  Given David Ogden’s high visibility in defense of pornography, this nomination sends a clear and unmistakable message.  The pornography business will have a friend in high office in the Department of Justice.

You can read more here

Real Choice exposits 1 Peter 4:9 and shows where the church has failed in the mission of saving unborn children.

On the topic of links, here is a great video from a 12 year old, that my lovely wife brought to my attention.


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