Links for your Saturday

Here is a smattering of things I’ve been collecting recently and wanting to share. Thoughts on discernment, illustrated fiction, and philosophy. I hope your Saturday is of the MOST beautiful variety!

This book is more than interesting to me. Has anyone else heard about it?

This media guide looks like something every family should have in their home.

This article by Andree Seu is just the right amount of uncomfortable in its discussion of Song of Solomon and our hesitancy to embrace it.

The unfortunate demise of the young mind, as illustrated by this comic.

This clip from D.A. Carson on the intolerance of post-modern tolerance is exactly the words I wish I could articulate.

This is a video clip from Fox News interview with Tim Keller talking about his new book King’s Cross. How encouraging to see someone speak so clearly on the indisputable Gospel – manifest in the life of Christ.

This is a book called Intentional Parenting, about family discipleship, that looks REAL good!

“The Church in a post-feminist world” … doesn’t the title just make you want to read it??

I LOVE this video!

This is a random mind buster that will stretch your mind, if you can figure it out! 🙂

6 thoughts on “Links for your Saturday

    1. Sweet! I read about it and now really want to read it – do you have a copy? I’m swinging my compass back State-ward this summer, so maybe I could read it then 🙂

  1. Care,
    “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” was all the rage during my Children’s Lit. grad-school days because it had just won the Caldecott. I have flipped through it countless times, but never actually checked it out. It’s cool that you found it online and could still sense it’s awesome-ness.
    It’s on my “to buy” list, so if that happens this year, you’ll get to read it.

  2. by the way…. that’s an impressive collection of collected goodies. Where, might I ask, do you ‘collect’ these things while waiting to publish them??

  3. oh goodness… thanks to social networking and the insane number of authors, pastors, philosophers, bloggers, bakers, and random newswires I follow, I collect these things by bookmarking them or by starting a draft blog where I post the links until I can get to them for publishing. Mostly, I try to remember where I found things and then spend a bit of time retracing my cyber steps.

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