My reading list for July 29 – August 4, 2018

08 Aug

I cull the internet so you don’t have to (ha). Here is my reading list for July 29 – August 4, 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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* Michael Brown: The Revoice Conference and the Danger of a Big Theological Tent
* Carl Trueman: Revoice, Evangelical Culture, and the Return of an Old Friend
* Katherine Rohloff: Filmmakers Bringing the Story of ‘Serial Killer’ Abortionist Gosnell’s ‘House of Horrors’ to Big Screen
* Richard Morrison: Debunking the (Plastic) Straw Man Arguments

* This Is My Garden: The 5 Most Common Summer Landscape And Garden Mistakes!
* This Is My Garden: How To Divide Perennials In Late Summer And Fall – Create More Plants!

* David Harsanyi: Sorry If You’re Offended, but Socialism Leads to Misery and Destitution
* Craig Ayermann: Pay for Play on Capitol Hill
* Karl J Salzmann: Communism, Fascism, and Double Standards
* Daniel J Mitchell: Rich Nations that Enact Big Government Don’t Stay Rich
* Jon Henschen: Is Sweden Socialist? No, but …

* Lars Walker: ‘Eine Schwarzwaldfahrt’
* Lars Walker: ‘The Poor People of Paris’

* Club 31 Women: 15 Ways to Say “I Love You” Without Saying a Word
* Josua Pease: 15 Ways to Say “I Love You” to Your Wife

* Nancy Flanders: Astonishing: 20% of people thought to be in vegetative state may not be
* Cassy Fiano-Chesser: Moms share how they chose life though pressured to have abortions
* Tawnia Hoehne: Abortion: Do We Speak Life or Whisper Death?
* Society for the Protection of Unborn Children: UK Supreme Court rules it is up to families whether brain-damaged relatives eat or starve
* Amy K Hall: The Tragic Consequences of the IVF Industry

* Lars Walker: Epic Theology
* Tom Parrish: How Can Jesus Be Boring?
* Paul Anderson: Is Tithing Taught in the Bible?

* Paul Anderson: Walking in Vulnerability
* Naomi Andrews: Travel & Faith Lessons I Learned in Czech Republic
* Brad Hoefs: A First Rate Madness: Thinking Outside the Box and Leadership
* Brett Boe, Jason Gudim, Brian Ricke: Being Lutheran Podcast Episode #82 – Psalm 23
* Alex Amiot: Wait For It

WORLD WAR “T” (the fight against trangenderism)
* Ben Shapiro: Boys and Girls Are Different – Let’s Celebrate That

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