Here are some links worth reading this weekend:
1. In order to defend our goodness, we sometimes make bad people out as if they are wholly and irredeemably evil. Trevin Wax works through the question of evil with regard to a recent NYT article:
2. Samuel James makes a good point, with the recent meteoric rise and fall of internet sensation, Keaton, that children and the internet really don't mix well:
3. A short article explaining why having more books than you've read is a good thing intellectually:
4. A terrible bumper sticker went viral. What it reveals, however, is that "evangelicalism" is old, sick, and tired and lacks the theological vigor that should come from knowing the wonder of Christ. Russell Moore's post on this topic is helpful:
5. Desiring God recently posted a 20-year-old sermon by John Piper on how to honor God with your money. It's worth your time.