Saturday, March 26, 2005
Today online, the NY Times has simultaneously featured their two columnists that I really respect, Brooks and Kristof. Neither are Christians, but neither are they (like Maureen Dowd) vituperative toward Christian viewpoints. Today, Brooks contrasts social liberals and conservatives on the Schiavo case, and finds both sides wanting, though offers no solution. Kristof writes about Christianity's ascendency in Africa and the East, noting that it is now probably stronger in the East than in the West, and that it thrives in adversity. Both are short interesting reads.