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Hitting the Links 9/10/2018

Here’s a good Ed Latimore quote: Passive-aggression is weak. It tries to get the benefits of confrontation at a steeply discounted price. If you have something on your chest, speak directly and leave no room for misinterpretation. — Ed Latimore (@EdLatimore) January 6, 2018 Of everything I’ve cooked lately, this is my wife’s favorite: 5 …

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Links to Read: 9-3-2018

I stumbled upon Scripture, revelation, and Platonism in C.S. Lewis by Andrew Walker. I finally had time to read it today. The first 15 pages or so are pretty good. In them, he describes Lewis’ six categories of revelation: the numinous, Sehnsucht/desire, conscience, Israel, pagan dreams/myths, and Jesus himself. After that, Walker attempts to critique …

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A Recipe for Link Sauce

A few years ago I read this horrifying article: Males can lactate. A recent event, which does not include me lactating occurred which reminded me of it. Enjoy this unsettling series of anecdotes: “Among them was a South American man, observed by Prussian naturalist Alexander von Humboldt, who subbed as wet nurse after his wife …

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Link, he come to town…

Here are some links: Newly Discovered Blogs Ella Prichard’s Blog – Her website has excellent resources on grieving as well as several fun posts (like recipes and the like). Ella is a great writer, I do not know how she manages to write so frequently since she works so hard on perfect punctuation and grammar, …