1. Aaron Earls writes about how a progressive writer's recent conversion has received a mixed response from Christians. Some who seem to expect sanctification to be instantaneous:
2. Carl Trueman's reaction to a recent P.C. scandal at Georgetown University. As is often the case, Trueman's reaction is somewhat stronger than it may need to be, but his point freaking out about every perceived slight and its power to kill moral discourse is right on:
Here is the original Forbes.com article that covers the story Trueman is talking about.
3. Aside from the overreaction over a cartoon at Georgetown, there has also been a recent call for more honesty in public debate over GMO foods in the UK, as it has become apparent that much of the resistance to GMO is ideological, not scientific. This is not to promote or denigrate their potential benefits, but a call for realistic and honest dialogue instead of a concern about "winning" the debate no matter what happens to truth.
4. David Platt discusses part of his intention in writing Counter Cultural, which is to help people to overcome the paralysis that comes from being overwhelmed by the gospel needs in culture: