My reading list for March 4-10, 2018

13 Mar

I cull the internet so you don’t have to (ha). Here is my reading list for March 4-10, 2018. 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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* Sam Storms: Eight Myths about Hell
* Stacey Hare: All Safe and Blessed: A Tribute to a Sister (Not) Lost
* Nick Shultz: Here I am. Send me.

* Charlie Clark: Book Review: 12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson
* Joe Carter: Justice Alito exposes the hypocrisy of liberal double-standards
* Kiley Crossland: The end of international adoption?
* Stephen Klugewics: The Decline of Western Civilization in 10 Pictures

* Old World Farms Garden: 4 Must-Try Heirloom Tomato Plants To Rock Your Garden This Year!
* This Is My Garden: Growing Sweet Peppers — 3 Great Varieties For The Garden Or Patio
* Old World Farms Garden: Battling Stink Bugs — How To Fight Back Against The Ultimate Pest!

* Twisted Sifter: 15 Amazing Finalists from the 15th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest

* Gary Thomas: 50 Problems with Grey

* Kent Sperry: Living for Christ
* Sam Wellumson: The Finger of God — Sermon for the Third Sunday in Lent on Luke 11:14-28
* Jarrod Hylden: Pray With Confidence (Not Like the Gentiles)
* Craig Johnson: Let’s Have Pancakes

WORLD WAR T (against trangenderism)
* Rod Dreher: ‘Peak Trans’ Turned Her Rightward
* Ryan T Anderson: Sex Change: Physically Impossible, Psychosocially Unhelpful, and Philosophically Misguided

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