Over at Postmodern Conservative, Carl Scott is listening to Jefferson Airplane and dubious about getting an English degree, while Peter Lawler has a slightly higher opinion of majoring in English.

What Peter Leithart is reading about: J. Louis Martyn on Paul, gnostic Protestantism, Sergei Bulgakov, Jenson, writers writing about writers, modes of existence, movie remakes, and religious freedom. He is also reading Acts, Revelation, and the Psalms.

Here at First Thoughts, Ron Belgau writes another response to Austin Ruse, Sandra Laguerta clears up some of the legal confusions around the Little Sisters and the ACA, and Mathew Block thinks through a spiritualist saying.

On the Square today, Timothy George also writes about the Little Sisters of the Poor, while R. R. Reno predicts the future.

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