Thursday, June 9, 2011

Things Worthy of Your Time

I haven't had the time nor inspiration to write anything today. But I have been looking around and thought I would direct you to a few sites.

Apparently a new Gallup Poll indicates that 9 out of 10 Americans still believe in God. But the break down is interesting. Those living on the east coast and the those under 40 are less likely to believe.

While some are waiting for the Noah's Ark theme park in Kentucky to be completed, a man in the Netherlands has built his own replica, much to the chagrin of his neighbors.

The Irish Bog Psalter is finally on display. The Psalter dates from 800 AD and was lying in a muddy bog till 2006 when it was discovered.

Over at the Naked Bible, Michael Heiser has some thoughts on the New Perspective on Paul.

The Telegraph has a list of the top 5 religious mysteries, although, with the exception of the Dead Sea Scroll, the items they list are more legend than mystery.

CNN has an article about what they have learned on their Belief Blog as it hits its one year anniversary.

Tim Gombis, author of The Drama of Ephesians, has started blogging. Check it out at Faith Improvised.

I see that they are making Donald Miller's Blue Like Jazz into a movie. Perhaps I will understand it better in movie version. Here is the trailer.

That's it for now. If I find anything else during the day I will post it.

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