More on Biblical Inconsistency, or the Lack Thereof

In the same vein as a previous post on the historic accuracy of the gospels, here’s some rich, theological goodness from Tim Keller about apparent inconsistencies in the Bible, especially those between the Old and New Testaments: The New Testament explains another change between the testaments. Sins continue to be sins—but the penalties change. In the Old Testament sins like More …

The Eternal Controversy Over Stealing Music I Mean File-Sharing

Cory Doctorow writes about “the Internet’s original sin“–downloading music in the legal gray area of file sharing (that’s right; you say “theft,” I say “gray area”; to-may-to, to-mah-to)–and some good reasons why you still shouldn’t feel bad about it: I think even the record industry recognizes that appealing to the innate justice of its survival and profit is a nonstarter. More …