This blog has been fairly quiet over the last couple of years, and will probably continue to be so for the next couple of years. However, I have certainly not been inactive. Here are some of the things that I have produced in the last few months on my other channels.
Daily Biblical Reflections
I am currently producing daily readings and reflections upon the morning prayer readings from the new ACNA Book of Common Prayer—one reading from the Old Testament and one from the New—and plan to work through the entirety of the Bible over the course of a few years. Today I will be completing my reflections upon the Pentateuch (save for a few chapters in Leviticus and Numbers that weren’t in the lectionary, to which I will be returning in the future). I have also nearly finished doing the entirety of the four gospels, having reached chapter 18 of Luke (the final gospel in the lectionary).
Readings for Eastertide
As an expression of my appreciation for my supporters, over the Easter period I posted a series in which I read through some classic books.
The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame
The Princess and the Goblin, by George MacDonald
Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit
Kidnapped, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Conversations with Interesting People
Over the last few months, I have recorded some conversations with some brilliant people to share with everyone. Here are four from the last three weeks.
Chris Wiley, Aaron Renn, and I discuss responses to coronavirus and to crisis more generally
Esther O’Reilly and I discuss Jordan Peterson and Christian Humanism
Patrick Schreiner and I discuss the Ascension
Amber Bowen and I discuss the subject of time
Theopolis Videos and Podcasts
Over on the Theopolis Podcast, we have been producing series on all sorts of fascinating aspects and parts of Scripture. We are currently near the beginning of a series on the book of Acts, for which we have been joined by the brilliant James Bejon.
Make sure to check out the Theopolis Institute’s YouTube channel too, where I have a few dozen videos and Peter Leithart and others are posting some wonderful material.