News of Note


1. Articles from the Christian Post on Ben Carson’s speech becoming a YouTube Sensation and President Obama nominating first openly gay judge to the Federal Appeals Court:

“Neurosurgeon Ben Carson’s Politically Incorrect Speech at Prayer Breakfast a YouTube Sensation” – Born again Christian Ben Carson’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast becomes a YouTube sensation. In a related article, The Wall Street Journal calls Ben Carson to run for president: “Ben Carson for President”. If you missed watching it, here’s the video of Dr. Carson’s speech:

“Obama Nominates First Openly Gay Federal Appeals Court Judge” – President Obama nominates Justice Department attorney Todd M. Hughes to be the Federal Appeals Court first openly gay judge.

2. “Making a Child, Minus the Couple” – New York Times article about people in their forties who are participating in “co-parenting” or “parenting partnership” relationships which involves individuals with no intention of having a romantic relatinship, but decide to have a child and parent that child together. (New York Times)

3. “An Evangelical Looks at Pope Benedict XVI” – Russell Moore comments on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. (First Things)

4. “You May Not Like ‘em, but You Must Love ‘em” – Erik Raymond and D. Martyn-Lloyd Jones explains the difference between “liking” and “loving” someone. (The Ordinary Pastor)

5. “Les Miserables ROK Air Force Parody Les Militaribles” – Republic of Korea Airforce’s video spoof of Les Miserables goes viral on YouTube:


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