Choice Blog Entries – Pornography, Memoirs and Thinking Backwards
I don’t always get the opportunity to read as many blogs as I would like to read, but when I take some time to read various blogs, I am usually enriched. Personally, I’m really glad for all the bloggers out there who continue to blog and write rich content for their blogs. Here are three blog entries that I thought you might enjoy this week.
Wired for Intimacy
My friend John Chandler at some strange ideas reviews the book Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brian. John let’s us know that author brings two disciplines – Christian ethics and neurological studies of the brain to talk about pornography and intimacy and how pornography is not simply a matter of sinful behavior.
The Gospel Makes Everyday Possible
This is an interview that Andy Rowell has with Stanley Hauerwas in regard to his new memoir. Hauerwas explains his new memoir, addresses his critics, and explains why he says, “We’re all congregationalist now. The interview it in Christianity Today.
So You Want to Go to Grad School: Think Backwards
James K.A. Smith, professor of Philosophy at Calvin College gives some help for those who have a desire to go to Grad School. His first advice is “don’t”. But for those who feel called, he calls us to think backwards. This is helpful for anyone contemplating grad school.