Saturday, February 28, 2015

Saturday Good Reads

The meditations and prayers concerning ISIS continue, the need underscored by the kidnapping of more than 200 Assyrian Christians. But with all the darkness, there is still poetry, art, and music to remind us of our humanity and our “image-ness.”

Faith and Society

Defining Islam at World’s End – Rod Dreher at The American Conservative.

Bring Them to Their Knees – Seth Haines.

The Courage of Men – Suzanne Wolfe at Image Journal.

Not Your Typical White Pastor – Nicole Symonds at Urban Faith.

The Rise of the Remedial Christian – David Zimmerman at Loud Time.

Killing Deconstructionists, Raising Culture – Rod Dreher at The American Conservative.


21 Sons and The Lovely Things – John Blase at The Beautiful Due.

A Poem of Hope: Two Rows by the Sea - @marilyngard at Communicating Across Boundaries.

Tomorrow is Another Day – Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

The City Our Eyes Cannot See – Doug McKelvey at the Rabbit Room.


More Fern Studies – Timothy Good at Photography by Tiwago.


Remind Me Who I Am – Jason Gray

Photograph by Jane Illnerova via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.


Maureen said...

Thank you for mentioning my post, Glynn.

I found Suzanne Wolfe's Image Journal post quite moving.

Jon Mertz said...

Thank you, Glynn. What a great mix of insights and inspiration. Honored to be included. Thank you. Jon

Martha Jane Orlando said...

I love that song!!! Want our praise band to learn it. Blessings, Glynn!