- A new poll discovers law enforcement officers’ perspectives on gun control.
- The Blount County board of education has approved pistol competition teams for students in Maryville- and Alcoa-area schools.
- The Washington Post calls out Obama on his “40 percent” gun sales untruth.
- The ACLU has “serious concerns” on U.S. Senate’s gun control bill.
- Beretta leaves Maryland over stricter gun control laws.
- The Late Roger Ebert explains what feeds mass shooters.
Although the above links are worth following, I fear that even mentioning them helps fuel the current kerfluffle over gun control when much more vital issues press upon us. So here are a few links to topics I prefer to spend my time thinking about. While I don’t agree with all these writers on every doctrinal point, for the most part I like what they’ve written here.
- Glenn Scrivnor asks, “Why be good?”
- Colin Adams offers “Contemplations from Corinth’s Pulpit.”
- Keith Brenton writes, “I hate cancer.” Keith also shares his hope as his family faces its first spring with a knowledge of his own wife’s cancer.
- Jeff Weddle writes, “. . . I am glad the final judgment will not take place in front of a jury of my peers.”
- These little essays by Peter Mead are written for preachers but are true for any Christian: “Jesus vs. Religion,” part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5.
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