Category Archives: Weekly Reads

My Daily Reading Habits

Something that fascinates me is how people inform themselves–how they get their news, what books they read, who they listen to, and what they watch. I think that people are profoundly influenced by who they listen to and what they read.

Religious Turing Test: You Vote!

In lieu of my Weekend Reading list, I bring you the Religious Turing Test edition. Leah Libresco, over at the blog “Unequally Yoked,” has posted the first segment of her Religious Turing Test. This is a fascinating study, and I’m really excited to read the results. In the first segment, she’s testing 15 different people, some atheists, and some Christians.

Weekend Reads – June 25, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – June 18, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – June 11, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – June 4, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – May 28, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – May 21, 2011

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Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Weekend Reads – May 14, 2011

Here are four articles/posts from this week that you should read. These are the best of the best of what I’ve read in the areas of politics, economics, Christianity, and leadership:

Politics – “Ron Paul’s land of second-rate values” – by Michael Gerson at The Washington Post. Gerson has a critique of libertarianism, saying:

Weekly Reads

Here are several articles/posts from the week ending May 7, 2011, that you should read:

Politics: “Mitch Daniels: Education Reformer” by Ryan Streeter