A few articles of interest I found for your weekend perusal:
The recent news cycles have been dominated with stories about sexual harassment and other inappropriate behaviors among elected officials, powerful individuals, and political candidates. Especially when it comes to politics the issue can present difficult choices to Christians. Marvin Olasky shares some valuable insight on the message our choices send to future generations.
These news stories have sparked a debate about the so-called Billy Graham rule. This discussion (on Twitter no less) is one of the most interesting and helpful discussions on the subject I have read.
One possible political solution to the problem of unqualified U. S. Senate candidates is a repeal of the 17th Amendment.
Stephen Mansfield helpfully explains why many evangelicals decided to vote for Donald Trump as President.
Many conservatives who argued in favor of Trump's election used the Supreme Court as an argument for supporting him. David French warns of the dangers of obsessing over the Court.
Related: Senator Ben Sasse warned this week against the dangers of political idolatry.
Last week marked the premiere of the new film adaptation of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express. Here's a list of nine other novels for those who are new to her work.
Finally, a 97 year-old World War II veteran shares about his service as a code breaker during the war. It's fascinating stuff.