I like this exposition of the opening lines of the declaration of independence.
A one, two, three part reflection on homosexuality and the church.
An article on the use of the theories of John Rawls by libertarians.
Halden Dorge on deriving an ethic of love from the apocalyptic eschatology contained in the Johannine writings.
Here's the link to the apparently must-see documentary "Torturing Democracy."
Brant Pitre points out a rabbinic tradition that says that all sacrifices will cease but the thank offering. The Greek word for this is where we derive the term Eucharist from. So he raises the following question: "Did Jesus see the Last Supper as the eschatological sacrifice which would replace all the other sacrifices in the Age to Come?" He mentions that his forthcoming book will address this question, so that will be one to look out for.
Have you ever seen an advertisement for a product on TV and swear that you invented it in your head years ago? I thought of the idea of the bacon alarm clock years ago out of necessity, because it is the only thing that can consistently make me rise out of bed, rather than just merely awake from slumber. And here it is: The Wake 'n' Bacon Alarm Clock.
Every so often Ben Witherington addresses the "Reformed" mindset as articulated by John Piper, et. al. Here he addresses the concept of theological certainty. Here's Ben Myers with a similar critique of Jonathan Edwards and Thomas Schreiner.
I posted my thoughts once on the idea of the church as a meal. Here are some good resources from Michael Bird on how the Eucharist came to be separated from a communal meal idea in history.
Michael Barber interacts with Mark Goodacre's work on dating the gospels.