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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Sunspots 175


Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:





Science:
Quintessence of Dust is in the process of critiquing Michael Behe's The Edge of Evolution. Here's one part of his critique, and here's another.


Computing:
Rebecca Blood's blog ethics , which apply to blogs that attempt to impart information that might be of interest to readers unknown to the blogger.

Wired says that Google is working on its own browser, and it's close to being released.

Literature:
E. Stephen Burnett has written the first part of an essay on "purity," and Christ-honoring art, discussing such matters as whether Christians can produce, see, and be edified by such art as movies which aren't G-rated. Among other things, he considers Philippians 4:8.









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