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Around the Internet: Links for 8/5/10 August 5, 2010

Posted by orualundone in Church, Compassion, Finances, Gay rights, Grace, Gratitude, Human rights, Immigration, Politics, Religious Freedom, Sectarianism, Social Justice.
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Grace-full: A passionate essay on the predicament of undocumented immigrants and a plea to come together as Christians to work for fair and compassionate immigration reform (God’s Politics).

Practical: Five steps for married couples to get out of debt together. Indy and I are working on this one – we just killed the last of our long-standing credit card debt, and only have student loans left. It feels good to make any kind of progress though! (Christian Personal Finance)

Wise: Op-ed about the current practice of political campaigning from the pulpit, and how the recent uproar over Islam is really about Christians, not Muslims (New York Times).

Revelatory: Steven Furtick writes about defining grace as not just what sins God has saved you from, but what sins he has prevented you from. As a life-long (relatively) “good-girl” I have a lot to be grateful for (Steven Furtick).

Clever: Legal blogger reveals how Judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling on Prop. 8 was more than just a simple legal decision. His team meticulously researched scientific facts and historic precedents to write an opinion that is difficult to assail on reason and brilliantly prepares the case for the Supreme Court (Jake Bowman)

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