He is also a part of an interesting new project called Christian Cadre. He posted some thoughts on emergent properties recently.
Between Two Worlds recently posted some findings concerning the popular views on happiness and self-worth. It contains this salient quote from Al Mohler:
"The Christian worldview completely reverses this cycle. The Christian finds satisfaction, not in a sense of self-worth, but in knowing the one true and living God. Human beings are indeed made in God's image, and every single human life is thus worthy of respect and dignity. Nevertheless, the gospel makes clear that the Christian's identity is found in Christ--not in the self."
Then for the ID enthusiasts, Michael Behe has made a wave or two in the NY Times.
A while ago I posted a series of thoughts based on Chesterton's Heretics. One of those posts had to do with the popular notion that to disagree with someone, espeically on a moral level, is to hate them as a person. I could not disagree more, and I was glad to find that Chesterton agreed with me (or maybe it was the other way around). You can find the post here.