Lots of great things to share this week, so let’s dive right in, shall we?
The Coming of Post-Industrial Society by Daniel Bell
The Book that Made Your World by Vishal Mangalwadi
The Warden and the Wolf King (Wingfeather Saga) by Andrew Peterson
Be sure to check out this very accessible, very interesting article on the advantages of reading the original manuscripts.
As is his wont, Douglas Wilson minces no words when it comes to assessing the current state of things.
I have long been an advocate of rural ministries, both here in Brazil and in the US. Here is a strong defense of not neglecting “flyover country” for the big city.
A few of Brendon Frasier’s films are among my favorites. Suddenly, it seemed like Frasier had disappeared from the scene. This article tells the tragic, and at the same time hopeful, story.
Of course the big news of the week was the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Here are some interesting thoughts on QEII’s legacy, and the monarchy istelf, by Al Mohler.
A couple of the poignant editorial cartoons I saw regarding her passing…
This Twitter thread on the inability of our progressive culture to create good art really resonates.
The Babylon Bee has it in for California, with this brutal headline:
The accompanying article is hilarious too.
Speaking of California…
The latest Open Roading video is epic. If you have been putting off subscribing to their channel, this one should push you over the edge – so to speak.
Just for fun…who among us cannot relate?
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