EVERYTHING BUT SPORTS: Tuesday linkfest
Woodrow Wilson reportedly said, “I not only use all the brains I have, but all I can borrow.” One of the benefits of writing an online column is that I can link to some of the best brains on the web. So here, for your enjoyment, are a few of my favorite online picks.
One of the blogs I’ve been reading for years is Jeff Weddle’s anti-itch meditation. During my brief foray into publishing, I published Jeff’s book, The Gospel-Filled Wallet. For brave, idol-smashing studies of the Bible, there aren’t many writers stronger than Jeff.
I discovered Matt Walsh’s blog just a few minutes ago, but his two most recent posts are worth reading for their insight, humor, and truth: “The Sanctity of Marriage” and another on the psychological dance of four-way stops.
For logical, wise, doctrinally sound Bible interpretation, my online favorite is Jim McGuiggan.
For wry, libertarian-ish links and summaries of news and other things, I recommend Glenn Reynolds’s Instapundit. And if you like intelligently written essays, one of the best places to find them is Arts and Letters Daily.