Summer Slushbrain: So Much Internet

Interesting things I’ve surfed across recently while my brain is on summer vacation:

A graphic showing the relationships between, and relative sizes of, the various branches and movements of Islam.

A serious look at the sexually abusive actions of John Howard Yoder, an influential Christian ethicist, and how we should construe his writings in light of his actions. (I’ve written about this before, although in less depth.)

A mimetic analysis of the recent Hobby Lobby decision on religious exemptions for corporations.

A couple of good book reviews, Know the Creeds & Councils and Know the Heretics, by Gay Christian Geek.

The good folks over at Daily Theology are running a Vacation Bible School series this summer — what a great idea!

Stay cool…

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