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15 January 2010

A Day Late; But Timely Reads

From yesterday's Times:

Nick Kristoff roots on Google in its developing battle with China.

Author Tracy Kidder -- whose books I intend to read one day -- writes poingantly about Haiti.

Pooja Bhatia asks me -- and all of us -- a haunting question:
Why, then, turn to a God who seems to be absent at best and vindictive at worst? Haitians don’t have other options. The country has a long legacy of repression and exploitation; international peacekeepers come and go; the earth no longer provides food; jobs almost don’t exist. Perhaps a God who hides is better than nothing.

1 comment:

Matt said...

Your blog is very often a topic of conversation at the breakfast table here at St. Mike's.