Morning Mashup 12/15

A mashup of articles for your information, edification, entertainment, and enjoyment.


The Names on the Cover – Doug Wilson responds to the recent controversy that has dragged his name through the mud of plagiarism.

What’s the Big Deal with Plagiarizing Pastors? – While we’re on plagiarism, Jonathan Leeman writes a helpful article on the problem of pastors who plagiarize sermons.

Writing for an Audience of None – This article will be encouraging to any writer.

Syria’s Second Front – Here you will find an interesting documentary that could help enlighten you on the refugee crisis.

“I Am Called a Cult Leader. I Really Don’t Care.” – A disturbing series of stories involving Ed Cash, co-writer of Chris Tomlin’s “How Great is Our God.”

Why Muslims Should Advocate Biblical Inerrancy – Ayman Ibrahim: “If Muslims truly believe Islam’s scripture, they should also affirm and advocate the authenticity, inerrancy, and trustworthiness of the Bible, in both its Old and New Testaments.”

Star Wars: Childhood Revisited – “Star Wars is great entertainment. But it is even better entertainment when we don’t absolutely need it to be.”

How to Love God by Getting More Sleep – Joe Carter explains why it is godly to sleep well, and then offers helpful advice on how to sleep better.

The Insanity of Winning in College Football – Barnabas Piper: “When only one metric determines success and only one team can achieve it each year, it rules out the vast majority of good coaches do.”

I cannot quite understand why a man should wish to know more people than he can make real friends of.

— C.S. Lewis
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