Thinking Out Loud

July 20, 2016

Wednesday Link List

Evangelism - Moorland College promo image

The theme of the above picture is Evangelism, and was featured on Twitter in promotion of a September conference at Moorlands College in the UK.  The artist is Annaliese Stoney

I enjoyed putting this week’s list together and hope you enjoy it also. Please take some time to look over this week’s stories and opinion pieces.



  1. What is the one you never read and the one you never finished?

    Comment by rickda — July 20, 2016 @ 10:32 am

    • Haven’t read — or even seen — the Hudson Taylor; but now I’ll look out for it.
      I don’t think I finished Mark Buchanan’s b/c it wasn’t my copy, and it overlapped a bit on The Rest of God which also we had a pastor do an entire summer series on three years ago. Got to hear Mark speak at The Meeting House in Toronto early January though; that was a treat.
      Have read many sections of the Yancey and Bob George books a second or even third time. And Tozer was just waaaaay ahead of his time.

      Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — July 20, 2016 @ 10:23 pm

  2. Paul

    I read this list every week and was happy to see my post about Flags at Half Staff. It seems as if terror is the new normal.

    However, I love your sense of irony and play as you always find something quirky…like that book!

    Comment by David @ Red Letter Believers — July 20, 2016 @ 10:07 pm

    • It’s not the book, it’s the cover. I still think Zondervan is playing an April Fool’s joke on us, but it’s the wrong time of the year. No disrespect to the author intended. $10 says they’ll re-jacket this one at some point. (Oh wait, I don’t have $10.)

      Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — July 20, 2016 @ 10:25 pm

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