Each day I note the posts, essays, and videos that catch my eye, and at the end of the week I share them here with you.
This post is designed to be more fluid than most, so please share your favorite posts of the week or your own writing, and I will periodically update throughout the weekend!
Grace and peace.
Last Week’s Reading:
Nadia Bolz-Weber asks the church to listen to the Millennials.
David Nilsen offers some words of advice to those of us who distrust all things churchy.
Christianity Today has a feature article about hermeneutics and Theological Interpretation.
Joy writes about women’s role in God’s mission.
Ed Cyzewski guest posts at Sarah’s blog with Some Guys Do Not Want to Kill Stuff at Men’s Ministry, to which I add a hearty amen.
Alise is a pre-cog and writes a review of Rachel’s yet-to-be-finished book on biblical womanhood.
David Sessions compares Occupy Wall Street with the Tea Party.
Zach Verwey finally watches Star Wars and reflects on the way we tell out Story.
Tim Keller with Three Rules for Polemics.
Peter Rollins wants Freedom from the Pursuit of Happiness.
Eugene Cho on living simply in a culture of excess.
From TED, Graham Hill on less stuff, more happiness.
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