Lots-o-Links 3.18.08

Said at Southern blog has an NCAA style (sorta) tournament where you go vote for your favorite student or alumni blogger.  They put me up in the Midwest Division.  [sarcasm]As my readers probably know already, these sorts of things are very important to me.[/sarcasm]  Here's what I want you to do.  Don't go here, don't find the midwest division, and don't vote for me.  Thanks.

Though I never saw it before, Love, Chicago: Welcome to the Indie City is back online.  We locals hope for good things, which should be easy in such a great city.

Drew Goodmanson keeps putting out things I can't ignore like "Multiplying Missional Communities" and

Bill Walsh at the Desiring God Blog on the 9 reasons he is a photographer.

The mortgage crisis is creating a new "slumburbs." (Thanks JB)

Ben Witherington briefly reviews Bart Ehrman's God's Problem.

The Guardian: "The Atheist Delusion."

Scroll down and listen to Sproul on "Who is the Comforter?"  I needed it last week.

Gary Rohrmayer on "The Principle of Sowing and Reaping."

Guy Kawasaki on "The Myth of A Listers and Influencers."