1. It's that time of year again when the latest statistics about how rich the rich are and how poor the poor are. The intent of these statistics is to try to encourage forceful economic redistribution. Joe Carter at the Acton Institute explains why this statistic doesn't really help us understand wealth and poverty.
2. Scott Sauls recently published a piece on his blog the frames the discussion of the place of wealth in a better context. This is worth a read for those trying to figure out why Scripture doesn't condemn money totally.
3. An article from NPR that evaluates the concept of "free" college. Surprisingly, they are willing to note that state funding of higher education isn't really free. This is a relatively balanced piece that puts the arguments of the left and right in a fair light. Worth reading, since the idea of free education keeps getting thrown about.
4. Some people like to argue that they are truly rational and enlightened because they believe everything scientifically. However, what if these people who believe Science provides the ultimate Truth are wrong about the nature of Science? That is the argument of this article:
5. Trevin Wax encourages his readers to dive into the Bible and learn to swim.