Links: 15 February 2017

Refugees and plastic bags…

In the Age of Trump, What Will Evangelicalism Become?

Roe v. Wade — Abortion Won the Day, but Sooner or Later That Day Will End. “It is a particular cruelty to present abortion as something women want, something they demand, they find liberating. Because nobody wants this. The procedure itself is painful, humiliating, expensive — no woman ‘wants’ to go through it. But once it’s available, it appears to be the logical, reasonable choice. All the complexities can be shoved down that funnel. Yes, abortion solves all the problems; but it solves them inside the woman’s body. And she is expected to keep that pain inside for a lifetime, and be grateful for the gift of abortion.”

In Gorsuch, Trump gave Democrats a gift. They should take it. – The Washington Post.

Refugees are already vigorously vetted. I know because I vetted them. – The Washington Post.

“I’m Not Political, But…” — Rebekah M. Devine.

How Administrators Can Help Prepare Ph.D.s for Nonfaculty Careers – The Chronicle of Higher Education. HT: David Stark.

What prohibitionists get wrong about one of modernity’s greatest inventions: Plastic Bags Are Good for You –

About Benj

I’m a native North Jerseyan, transplanted to Pennsylvania...lived and taught in Eastern Europe for six years…Old Testament professor, ordained minister, occasional liturgist…husband to Corrie…father to Daniel and Elizabeth.
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