Peter J. Leinhart, in First Things, laments the loss of a culture of liturgical music in churches worldwide in favor or popular or charismatic music.
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting piece describing how Calvinists spread Thanksgiving cheer through charitable programs — which are based, in their minds, on the doctrine of predestination.
Mark Galli, in Christianity Today, explains why Evangelicals are more likely than the Catholic magisterium to lead the church universal into truth. Be warned: while Galli is very charitable, this is another article that reminds one of the chant often recited at high school athletic events, applied spiritually — We’ve got the Spirt! Yes we do! We’ve got the Spirit! How ’bout you!
Greg Kandra, a Catholic deacon, asks “What can you do about bad preaching?”