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My Reading List for December 18-14, 2016

26 Dec

A number of people post daily or weekly lists of internet published articles. I am not sure why I feel the need to join them, but here is my list for December 18-24, 2016. Posting these links does not necessarily constitute an endorsement. On the other hand these are not all the blog post I read but only those I thought worth a continued conversation.

* Doug Aamoth: The 10 Best Apps of 2016
* Paul Anderson: God Does Have Favorites
* Ali Mese: 300 awesome free things: A massive list of free resources you should know
* J Warner Wallace: Christmas Is Christmas Because Jesus is God
* J Warner Wallace: The Gift of Christmas Was Predicted with the Gift of Prophecy
* Gene Veith: A book on why we should trust the Bible
* Lutheran Ladies Connection: Good and Bad Fruit
* Jared Olivetti: King of the One Liners
* Andy Blanks: Quick and Easy Christmas Games For Your Youth Group
* Kevin DeYoung: An End-of-Year Marriage Check-Up
* David Robertson: The Re-Imaging of Humanity – Part 5 – Where Are We Heading?
* Lutheran Ladies Connection: The Peace of Christmas
* Nicholas Black: Gender Confusion: What Do We Say to Someone?
* Clayton Wilfer: Advent Assurance
* Mike Leake: The Hillbilly Gospel
* Jamie Spencer: The Ultimate Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet for 2017 [Infographic]
* David Powlison: Emmanuel Shall Come to You
* Sam Wellumson: Matthew 1:18-25 – Immanuel
* Craig Johnson: Time to Play
* Jason Gudim and Brett Boe: Being Lutheran Podcast Episode #4 – Gnosticism
* Samuel James: The Threat to Reading
* Kevin Halloran: 5 Resolutions Against Technological Distractions
* Vance Christie: Jesus Christ, the Ultimate Peace Child
* Aaron Earls: 7 Facts About Christmas in America
* Lars Walker: The Fellowship by Philip and Carol Zaleski (review)
* Lutheran Ladies Connection: Increasing the Fruit
* George H Guthrie: O Disrupted Night: Reading the Christmas Story More Carefully
* David R Barnhart: The Protestant Church’s Need for Reformation
* Paul Anderson: Mary Christmas!

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