My reading list for December 17-24, 2017

27 Dec

I cull the internet so you don’t have to (ha). Here is my reading list for December 17-24, 2017. 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.

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* Stacey Hare: Finals Done: Tired, Enriched and Thrilled out of my Mind
* J Warner Wallace: Christmas Is Christimas Because Jesus Is God

* Annie Holmquist: The Best Way to Get Boys Reading
* Dan Zimmerman: YouTube Vs Gun Publishers: Guess Who Loses
* Lars Walker: The Last Closet by Moira Grayland (a review)
* Eric Metaxas, Roberto Rivera: Dying Alone

* Old World Garden Farms: Growing Fresh Produce In The Winter With A Cold Frame Greenhouse

* Martin Cothran: 40 Million Americans Are Living in Poverty? FALSE

* Lars Walker: Saint Thomas’ Day
* Sarah Laskow: The Mystery of Maine’s Viking Penny
* Twisted Sifter: The Best News Bloopers of 2017 are Here and They’re Glorious
* Paula Mejia: The Mysterious Tradition of Hiding a Pickle on Christmas Trees

* Gary Thomas: Born to Die

* Luke Holmes: How Not to Use Texting in Ministry

* G Halek: What To Do If You Get ‘Flagged’ By Another Gun Owner
* G Halek: What To Do If You Get Called Out By Another Gun Owner

* Marl Bestul: Smalcald Article Study: Baptism
* Paul Anderson: A Most Remarkable Encounter
* Sam Wellumson: Comfort — Sermon for the Third Sunday in Advent on Isaiah 40:1-8
* Tom Parrish: Nevertheless
* Brett Boe, Jason Gudim, Brian Ricke: Being Lutheran Podcast Episode #53 — The Gospel, Part 2
* Jonathon T Krenz: Luther on the Incarnation
* Stephen Preus: Luther’s Hauspostille
* Lutheran Ladies Connection: Celebrating Christmas Correctly
* Gene Veith: “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” “Do They Know What Christmas Is?”

WORLD WAR T (fighting transgenderism)
* Gene Veith: A Solution to the Pronoun Problem

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