Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Al Mohler on why he signed the Nashville Statement

The semester is not even one-week old and I already have “bingo” multiple ways.

The museum of “Enslavement and Mass Incarceration

Dreamers and “the law”

How do the history classes in your state’s schools present the Civil War?

Are today’s Protestants closer in belief to Luther or Catholicism?

Cardinal Robert Sarah versus James Martin S.J.: Catholics debate the Nashville Statement

Michael S. Roth reviews Cathy N. Davidson, The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux

This is funny, but probably not true

Another defense of the lecture

Sanford Levinson: “Our Constitution wasn’t built for Trump

Let CNN’s Jim Acosta do his job.  He does it well

Ken Burns

Book burning

Scott Spillman reviews David Armitage, Civil Wars: A History in Ideas

Liberty University responds to Politico’s “flophouse” story