After much technological ado, here is this week's Christian Carnival: delayed but not thwarted. Stephen McCaskill did most of the work; I just pasted in the links.
Michele continues looking at the context of the story of Samson and Delilah by examining the significance of the lion and the honey in Judges 14.
Northern ‘burbs blog offers a continuation on their series on their faith and politics, touching on environmental issues and their proper place being behind our love of God and our love of people - yet still important as we are stewards of creation.
Jack Yoest presents What Can You Get at Liberty University and Not At Harvard? posted at Jack Yoest.
A Memorial Day post on behalf of some brothers in Christ serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, with a first-hand account of life there. Hope you will all be praying for these guys and their families.
Blogging the Bible is a story of a Jewish man who is blogging his journey through the Bible as he reads much of it for the very first time.
Don Bosch at The Evangelical Ecologist highlights a survey released this week by Field and Stream. The poll indicates a large majority of hunters, fishermen, and other outdoorsmen who characterize themselves as evangelical conservatives think global warming is happening and that people are causing it. Links to poll questions and raw data too.
In “On Icons” Kenny Pearce discusses the pros and cons of the use of images in Christian worship, arguing that, while the danger of idolatry is very serious, there are good reasons for the Church to engage the visual sense in its worship.