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Week in Review: April 15-20, 2007

By Mark D. Roberts | Saturday, April 21, 2007

My Blogging

Sunday, April 15: Sunday Inspiration from Pray the Gospels

Monday, April 16: An Unexpected Easter Masterpiece

Tuesday, April 17: Handel’s Messiah: A Closer Look

Tuesday, April 17: How Do We Respond to the Tragedy at Virginia Tech?

Tuesday, April 17: Resources for Thinking About Suffering and Evil

Wednesday, April 18: Caring for People Who are Grieving

Thursday, April 19: What Can We Learn from the Virginia Tech Tragedy?

Friday, April 20: An Image to Remember from the Virginia Tech Tragedy?


Ten Great Christian Biographies: Albert Mohler, Jr., has some valuable suggestions.

On Faith: This Newsweek/Washington Post blog has collected some of the top religious (and irrelgious) leaders from throughout the world, who weigh in on various questions. The most recent question: Do you think Islam is a violent religion?


During a recent spring break trip to San Diego, my daughter and I visited Sea World. There, we made sure to check out the main event, the “Imagine” show staring Shamu, the killer whale. Besides getting drenched when Shamu and his/her colleagues splashed the crowd, we saw a fascinating display of animal and human talent. The picture to the right was in no way doctored. Now that’s what I call a thrill ride!

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