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My week on Twitter

* March 27 - April 2, 2016
* March 20-26, 2016
* March 13-19, 2016
* March 6-12, 2016
* February 28 - March 5, 2016
* February 21-27, 2016
* February 14-20, 2016
* February 7-13, 2016
* January 31 - February 6, 2016
* Janurary 24-30, 2016
* January 17-23, 2016

by J. Christian Andrews

Here are my Twitter posted links for March 27 to April 2. These are blog posts (articles) I read this last week. Posting these links does not necessarily constitute an endorsement. On the other hand these are not all the blog post I read but only those I thought worth a continued conversation.

* The Science of Facial Hair: What Signals Do Beards, Stubble, and Mustaches Send to Others?
* EVERY THOUGHT CAPTIVE: Thoughts on the Christian View of the Mind
* The Unappreciated Blessing of Busyness
* Three Biblical Practices for Prayer
* Beware of Quicksand: How One Stranger's Comment Changed My Marriage Forever
* We're Not All Right: The Extremism of Sin, Cross, and Empty Tomb
* They're Just Not That into Us
* Has Ken Ham Embraced Evolution?
* Bill Warner, PhD: Jihad vs Crusades
* 5 Lies You've Been Told About Easter
* What the church calendar is for
* The Mystery of the Gospel
* The Arrogant Ignorance of the "Well-Educated"
* Spring Is Beautiful At The Ark Encounter
* Some Comments on the So Called "Parable of the Prodical Son"
* Governor Deal Caves: What We Must Learn abouy Religious Feedom
* Does Orthodoxy Need an Adjective?
* 6 Great Threats to the Christian Family
* 5 Ways To Protect Your Kids At Church
* Exercising an Idle Mind
* Growing Up in Pornland: Girls Have Had It with Porn Conditioned Boys
* Another Archery Adventure: My Viking Bowmaking Workshop in Vancouver
* 10 Spring Garden Crops To Get Growing Now!
* Inerrancy: Two Questions
* ICWA, Lexi, and the worst of American history
* The Lost Art of Disagreement
* Every Man Should Carry a Pocket Knife