Alan Jacobs’ “The Politics of Long Joy”

Alan Jacobs has re-cycled an excellent essay he wrote ten years ago as a column for the late lamented Books & Culture. He found what he had to say then particularly apropos to the present day. I don’t recall reading it 10 years ago, so maybe I missed that early edition of Books & Culture; […]

Revelation Study Resources

These are the books specifically on the Revelation of Jesus Christ that I have been using lately. I always use Logos Bible software with general resources like interlinears and Greek lexicons and word study. But these are the books specifically on Revelation that I am using these days.

Revelation for Everyone – N.T. Wright This is […]

The Bible Project

The Bible Project is a project that brings me great encouragement. It is high quality, crowd-funded and unencumbered for re-use. It is just an all-around great general resource for followers of Jesus who want to learn and help others learn God’s story from the Bible. Here’s a link to The Bible Project from which you […]

Credits

This page is where I credit resources used in this site.

Nicolas Mollet’s http://mapicons.nicolasmollet.com, for map icons.

No time for fear.

These are the last lines of Escape, the first episode of season two of the television version of This American Life.

“I just recently became truly aware of how tenuous my life is. So I really don’t have time to waste on fear.” – Michael Phillips

P.S. If you decide to watch, be forewarned […]

An Introduction to Theodicy, or How can there be so much evil if God is so good?

I highly recommend Ric Machuga’s article in the March/April issue of Books & Culture. Machuga introduces the idea of theodicy in a brief article, summarizing historical and recent attempts to explain why, if God is so good, there is evil in the world. The article is clear, concise, and very helpful for a popular audience. […]

Four Reviews at Barclay Press

I reviewed four books a few years back. The reviews were done for Barclay Press, but are no longer available on the Barclay Press website (as of August, 2015). Having had some requests to be able to read them, I put them here. The four books are Social Justice Handbook: Small Steps from a Better […]

What about those links?

Well, being a famous online shopper, people ask me where to get stuff. So here are a few links to online vendors that I use. I don’t use that many these days, having found that these vendors hit the low-price and reliability combination that I want. I sometimes shop elsewhere online, but the list of […]

Interesting Reading List

Links to lots of interesting articles. […]