Tag Archives: China

Weekend Reading: The price tag of raising a child in America; Haiti Smoldering; Nobel Prize highlights China’s thuggery, Full Disclosure on the Oil Spill Impacts

The price of a child: Fascinating article in the Christian Science Monitor on the full parenting price tag, beyond the scary Christmas list, and why that doesn’t begin to describe the joy, the complexity, and multitude of choices.  In the … Continue reading

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Help the Monks: Freeing Tibet as a Christian Act

See my thoughts on Tibet and dangers to the Chinese debutante ball at Stones Cry Out. –Jim Jewell

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Olympics One Year Out: More on Pressuring China

More, in the Washington Post, on efforts to pressure China as the Beijing Olympics create a world stage.

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Calling for an Evangelical Voice at Beijing Olympics

The Beijing Olympics may provide a prime target for protest for evangelical Christians, according to the International Herald Tribune. Three issues should be high on the Christian grievance agenda when athletes gather in a revitalized and polished Beijing in 2008. … Continue reading

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