Saturday, July 23, 2016

Saturday Good Reads

Two stories about faith and love – Loren Paulsson on the struggles of his wife and Tim Challies on Florence Liddell, wife of Eric Liddell. Both are good. Both make you realize what’s truly important.

Chris Yokel probes the meaning of a world swamped in information, and Thomas Frank at The Guardian wonders at how America’s elites have not awakened to the fact that a revolution is underway.

And good poetry, photos of the Waldorf-Astoria through the years (now that it’s going condo), and a flyover of Hadrian’s Wall.


To the Meaning – Loren Paulsson at World Narratives.

She Had Never Stopped Loving Him – Tim Challies at Informing the Reforming.

What Was a Church Service Like in the Second Century? – Justin Taylor at The Gospel Coalition.

Arts and Photography

Kolorful Koi – Tim Good at Pics, Poems, and Ponderings.

Functional Brilliance – Russ Ramsey at The Rabbit Room.


Time Warp – Megan Willome.

A Cathedral of Words – S.D. Smith.

And I Suppose – Elizabeth Marshall at Wynne Grace Appears.

Heart Beats – Jerry Barrett at Gerald the Writer.

Life and Culture

The Life Lost in Information – Chris Yokel at Curator Magazine.

British Stuff


Flyover of Hadrian’s Wall

Illustration: A standing man reading a book, viewed in profile, drawing by an unknown artist, circa 1779-80; Royal Academy of Arts, London.

1 comment:

Ann Kroeker said...

Thank you for including my recent podcast episode in this. I read the revenge against elites piece and the life lost in information. You really do pull together such thought provoking content. Loved the poem at the end of the Curator article.