Category Archives: Links

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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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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Links Post 31/12/2016

Some interesting links I’ve encountered over the last few days, along with a few links to things I’ve written elsewhere. Carl Raschke on why The New Global Populism May Not Be What Everyone Seems to Imagine: Populism, which has become … Continue reading

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Links Post 20/12/2016

It has been some time since I last posted links on this blog, even though I still regularly post links on a Twitter account dedicated to that purpose. I also haven’t had an open mic thread for some time. This … Continue reading

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Lent 2016

The following are a few Lent related links from previous years. My (uncompleted) Forty Days of Exoduses series from 2013 Lent, Individualism, and Christian Piety (an email conversation with Jake Meador)

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Different Tendencies in Modes of Friendship and How to Think of Them

Scot McKnight generously published a comment that I left on a blog post a few days ago as a post of its own. I appended a few theological comments to it to provide a clearer impression of how I believe that we … Continue reading

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Feminism, Equality, and Authority

My good friend and member of the Mere Fidelity crew, Andrew Wilson, unwittingly entangled us in a bit of an online controversy earlier today (I have it on good authority that it registered between a brouhaha and an apocalypse on the online … Continue reading

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