1. Trevin Wax asks whether every action, every decision, every purchase has to be viewed as a political statement.
2. David Brooks from the New York Times laments the state of things and notes that reality isn't that great right now, but our perception of it might not be entirely correct, either.
3. A long form essay about a man who lived a double life as a KGB agent spying in the United States.
4. The Babylon Bee argues the best way to communicate with people is to call them Nazi's or equate them with Hitler, according to a recent study.
5. This was an outstanding sermon by Chuck Quarles at SEBTS: