Thinking Out Loud

April 2, 2014

Wednesday Link List

Irresistible Grace

After falling for an April Fool’s Day prank yesterday — hope you enjoyed yesterday’s here — you may be overly cautious today, but as far as we know, everything below is legit.

Despite a submission guide at PARSE that allows writers to post additionally at their own sites, our Leadership Today overlords want you clicking from their site, thereby depriving me of stats. So if you see something you liked, leave a comment here or there; it’s the only way I know. Clicking anything below will take you first to PARSE.

While leaving no Christian internet news stone unturned, Paul Wilkinson also writes at Thinking Out Loud, Christianity 201, and Twitter.

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4 Comments »

  1. I clicked on: How to Make a Bible Infographic; Evangelical Worship is Too Cheerful; To All the Girls Who Didn’t Say No; The J.B. Phillips Bible; Repentant Pastor; Obsolete Church Tracts; Post Traumatic Church Disorder; and, the Flagrant Regard retweet. Are you not on Facebook?

    Comment by Joel Black — April 2, 2014 @ 10:05 am

    • Don’t expect to see me on Facebook or LinkedIn anytime soon. Both are far too invasive. And yesterday I learned that the “Card Crunch” smartphone app is owned by LinkedIn and records all the business cards you scan in a central database.

      Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — April 2, 2014 @ 10:34 am

  2. You have no link for Pope Francis this week . . . one thing I’ve asked on Twitter and my blog but have yet to receive a single answer is for a recommendation on a Pope Francis biography. Do you have any? Or, can you post a recommendation next week?

    Comment by Joel Black — April 2, 2014 @ 10:07 am

    • I’ve actually been keeping an eye on this. The primary market, obviously, is Roman Catholic, and what they seem to be more interested in is transcripts of his teachings. But there are some biographies out there, I’ll see what I can do.

      Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — April 2, 2014 @ 10:36 am


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