by J. Christian Andrews
A number of people post daily or weekly lists of internet published articles. I am not sure why I feel the need to join them, but here is my list for August 28 - September 3, 2016. 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.
* Adam Ford: Humble? of Arrogant?
* Gavin Ortlund: My Three Favorite C.S. Lewis Poems
* Tim Challies: (exploring the idiom) A Drop in the Bucket
* Sean Mcdowell: The New Face of Atheism (And It's Not Dawkins!)
* Brady Arneson: KAKN 100.9 FM - Naknek, Alaska Promo
* Jean C. Lloyd: My Same-Sex Attraction and My Brother's Disease: On Suffering and Serenity
* Geroge H. Guthrie: "Which Translation is the Best?" (Note: Guthrie does not comment on the NASB in this article, so I left him a question in the comments. You can read his reply if you click 'view comments' at the bottom.)
* Scott Newling: God has a name, and he's given it to Jesus
* E. Stephen Burnett: AiG's Ark Encounter Is a Model for Christians Engaging Popular Culture
* Rod Dreher: The Death Of Movement Conservatism
* Mark Surburg: Comments on a Robert Capon quote
* Old World Farms Garden: How To Plant Onions This Fall For A Great Crop Next Year
* Kevin DeJoung: Ten Words of Advice for Seminarians
* Rod Dreher: Her Brother's Pregnancy
* Olivia Harrison: This Guy Documented His First Week Of Work At Target & It's Hilarious
* Juli McGowan Boit: The story of Emmanuel
* Juli McGowan Boit: APU PT Team - Umoja
* Vance Christie: William Wilberforce's "Great Change"
* Carolyn Moynihan: Alas, Marrying Oneself is Now a Thing ... Really
* Timothy W. Massaro: Do Christians Pick and Choose When Reading the Bible?
* Tim Challies: Why Marriage Is Better Than Cohabitation
* Bryan Ballas: John 10:30 is the Best Verse Ever
* Mary Jaksch: 128 Ways to Avoid the Word "Very" [Infographic]
* Thom S. Rainer: Fifteen Reasons Why Your Pastor Should Not Visit Much
* David Robertson: The Pastor as Chief Visitor - An Answer to Thomas Rainer