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Linkin’ Log: Culture, Missions, Travel, Architecture, and One Epic Piano Solo

Current Reading

The Book that Made Your World by Vishal Mangalwadi

Politics by Aristotle

The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson

The Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock

We’re going to start out with a “bang” by sharing this outstanding article by Kevin DeYoung on the process of evangelical surrender to the LGBTQ+ community. I expressed similar thoughts here, albeit probably not as well as DeYoung did.

Can introverts be called to ministry? I certainly hope so! As a natural introvert myself (some may have trouble believing this) I found myself resonating with this article by an introverted missionary to India.

One of my pet-peeves is the complete disregard modern architects seem to have for the history and aesthetics of the areas in which they build. My family has put up with numerous rants as we drive through the historical district of São Luís and the see architectural barbarities that have been committed over the last couple of decades. I was happy to read this article and realize I’m not the only one who feels this way.

Admit it. You, a Christian, sometimes find church to be boring. This author tells us why that is, and what we can do about it.

What was it like for our British cousins as they stood in line to pay their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II? This epic Twitter thread takes you there.

Meme of the week. Can anybody else identify with this?

My brother and sister-in-law are really living on the edge!

By the way, I have it on good authority that there are some epic videos on the way, so be sure to subscribe to their channel.

We’ll close with this amazing video that popped up on my Facebook feed. Simply breathtaking, especially the section from about 5:55 on. Also, pay attention to the annotations on the transcript.

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