Something to Chew on a Wednesday Afternoon

This, from an interview with Kevin Vanhoozer on Technology (Discipleship in the Age of Spectacle), [April 2, 2016] “. . . image-making technologies contribute to what the Peruvian novelist and Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa calls a ‘culture of spectacle.’ Llosa observes that, in the past, the purpose of culture was edification: building society by … More Something to Chew on a Wednesday Afternoon

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Curated for Thought

Curated Content to Encourage Thinking Back by popular demand. I am going to start curating content and supplying links from my reading again after a three year hiatus. Many have asked me to continue but it was Mark Smith that was the “last straw” tipping the scales.  These weekend links, books and blog reviews do … More Curated for Thought

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Why Downton Abbey is Can and Can’t Miss TV at the Same Time

Monday Discussion Spoiler alert: Read no further if you have not seen last night’s episode. I Repeat: Spoiler alert: Read no further if you have not seen last night’s episode. Last night was the season ending episode of the wildly successful BBC production Downton Abbey.  The acting is superb, for the most part, the writing … More Why Downton Abbey is Can and Can’t Miss TV at the Same Time

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Taking Over the Neighborhood for Christ without Being Weird

Thursday is for Discipleship Found this post a couple of weeks ago and included it in my weekend links post last weekend. It is a great one.  I don’t know Tim Gaydos, but I like the way he thinks (and acts) as a gospel herald. Tim has a couple of other interesting sounding posts over … More Taking Over the Neighborhood for Christ without Being Weird

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