Commonplace Links 11/2

This week's collection is a little more light and brief than the last few have been. Enjoy! Joy Bennett writes on "all you need is Christ" and the inherent Gnosticism in that idea. I get so excited when other bloggers discover the significance of embodiment and the incarnation! One blogger writes on why complementarians as … Continue reading Commonplace Links 11/2

Commonplace Links 10/19

I'm dashing out the door to go to a wedding in Atlanta this weekend (and a quick stop to see my family on our way south - I haven't been home since July, and I miss them!), but here's this week's links. I think you'll notice two themes: "slut-shaming" (look it up) and how to … Continue reading Commonplace Links 10/19

Commonplace Links

Have you heard of a "commonplace book"? It's an old idea, and has been most recently resurrected by hipsters bearing Moleskines. Basically, it's a notebook full of ¬†accumulated everyday notes - your shopping list, a quote from the book you're reading, the recipe copied from your mom's cookbook, a sketch from the metro of the … Continue reading Commonplace Links

Today I love the internet

This week has been full of fantastic blog posts. Better writers than me are saying things that I have been thinking for months or years, and it's delightful to read their clear, succinct essays on these subjects. I'm not Emerson, so I don't have a problem with hearing my thoughts in another's words. ¬†Happy reading! … Continue reading Today I love the internet