Laudable Linkage

A collection of good reading onlineHere are some of the great reads I discovered this week:

How to Disagree Better about COVID-19, Conspiracy Theories, and Pretty Much Everything Else in Life.

The Cure for a Lack of Fruit in Our Christian Lives, HT to Challies.

5 Ways Christians are Getting Swept into a Secular Worldview in This Cultural Moment. HT to Proclaim and Defend.

The American Soviet Mentality, HT to Challies. I hadn’t made the connection between today’s cancel culture and what they used to do in the Soviet Union, but now that I’ve read this, the similarities are striking and scary.

How to Bear Up Under Your Burdens.

Getting Practical: How to Host a Middle Eastern Friend, HT to Challies. These are useful tips if you have the opportunity to host someone from the Middle East.

11 Transcendent Moments of Movie Music. “Wordless music in a film often speaks more to us than all the words of the script. Why? I think it’s because music in general is a language with mysterious communicative potential.” I enjoyed this a lot. I haven’t seen all the movies listed here, but would like to check out some of them now. And with that, I’ll leave you with one of my favorite pieces:

3 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. Barbara, I enjoy your blog everyday and look forward to your book reviews and other writings. I so appreciate your Laudable Linkage posts. We must share many of the same concerns and faith issues because nearly every post contains things I’ve been thinking about. Because of your Laudable Linkage, I’ve begun following some of your frequent suggestions.
    Thank you, again.

  2. That first link really caught my attention. As I read through the FIA recommendation, I was reminded of a discerning comment that we need to diagnose the right problem before we can come to an appropriate solution.

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