Monthly Archives: January 2017

Links Post 21/01/2017

Some links from the past week. John Milbank: What Liberal Intellectuals Get Wrong About Transgenderism So two controversial points about transgenderism follow from this. First, that we are not talking here about simply the discovery of “another” minority condition that … Continue reading

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Protestant Wisdom Summer Programs

Over the summer, I will be leading two courses on Christian wisdom run by the Davenant Trust. The Davenant House Protestant Wisdom Summer Programs are designed to help train Christian undergraduates, grad students, and seminarians in Christian wisdom so that … Continue reading

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Questions Wanted!

For our hundredth episode of Mere Fidelity, which we will be recording tomorrow, we will be answering a selection of questions from listeners. If you would like us to answer a particular question or speak to a particular issue, leave … Continue reading

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Podcast: Humble Roots, with Hannah Anderson

  For our first Mere Fidelity episode of 2017 and our 99th episode in total, Matt, Derek, and I are joined by our friend Hannah Anderson for a discussion of her new book, Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your … Continue reading

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Links Post 14/01/2017

Links from the past week. Matt Lee Anderson recently reminded me of this sobering quotation from T.S. Eliot on Liberalism: That liberalism may be a tendency towards something very different from itself, is a possibility in its nature. For it … Continue reading

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Interview on Smartphones, the Internet, and How They Are Changing Us

Last year, Tony Reinke interviewed me while working on his forthcoming book, which reflects on the subject of the smartphone and the wise use of it from a Christian perspective. The first half of the interview was published on Desiring God … Continue reading

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Links Post 7/01/2017

Some links from the past week. Great stuff from Sarah Perry again. Tendrils of Mess in Our Brains: So here is a mystery: why are tableaux that are apparently more orderly (in the sense of compressibility in the data required … Continue reading

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