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.

Enjoy.


Posted on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 11:35 am