Dan Stringer

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Category: Loon’s linkage

June 30, 2013

Loon’s linkage (May/June ’13)

Richard Foster remembers Dallas Willard. Rachel Pieh Jones shares 15 things she wants to tell her Third Culture Kids. Andy Campbell asks an important question. Mary Bassey writes an open letter to her TCK identity. Brant Himes on Kuyper, common grace and taking the long view Katelyn Beaty on her calling as a female breadwinner Tyler Wigg-Stevenson on why activism...

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April 30, 2013

Loon’s linkage (March/April ’13)

Philip Yancey remembers Brennan Manning. Ava Neyer’s humorous take on the contradictory advice of baby sleep books J.R. Rozko recaps highlights (and others’ feedback) from the inaugural Missio Alliance gathering. Kate Shellnutt on another layer of complexity faced by women preachers The open secret about pastors, via J.R. Briggs Lilian Daniel on why “Christian” might be an ok label after all Todd...

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February 28, 2013

Loon’s linkage (January/February ’13)

A field guide for pastoral facial hair Philip Yancey suggests a 5-word summary of the Bible. Robert Chao Romero reflects on growing up half-Chinese and half-Mexican. Gregory Wolfe on the “whispered” faith of today’s literature High school math teacher Jake Scott raps about the “Quadradic Formulatic.” Alexandra Bradner on why America’s “favorite joke” is anything but funny. Gary Brinn lists 9 secrets...

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December 30, 2012

Loon’s linkage (October–December ’12)

Eugene Cho on making sense of the senseless Rachel Held Evans on why she loves the Bible and why God can’t be kept out Andy Crouch on why true compassion requires turning off the news Kristen Gaylord on stuff Christian college kids don’t like Peter Leithart on how N.T. Wright stole Christmas Christy Wampole on how to live...

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September 30, 2012

Loon’s linkage (September ’12)

Graham Scharf on why telling well-crafted stories honors and respects our kids David Gushee raises 15 refreshingly substantive questions for the presidential candidates Daniel Siedell on “the hilarious violence of grace” Monica Selby on what Christians can learn from the Chicago teacher strikes Michael Gerson on the failure of partisan approaches to economic opportunity

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July 31, 2012

Loon’s linkage (July ’12)

The Sierra Club’s Hawaii Chapter explains their support for Honolulu’s Rail Transit project with the FAQ to end all FAQs. Josh Weed bravely defies some of the most loaded stereotypes I can think of. Speaking of labels, Richard Mouw reflects on ‘evangelical.’ When Nadia Bolz-Weber tells her story, you might want to listen. Tim Stafford (father of...

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June 30, 2012

Loon’s linkage (June ’11)

Sandra McCracken on crafting music with children in mind Stephen Monsma on two half-answers to poverty Laurie Chandlar on pursuing the creative office Neil Jasperse on American exceptionalism—in God’s eyes Jamison Galt on how the history of the world is enacted in the process of bread-making Amy Black on a recent study documenting the rise in party polarization Mimi Haddad on the...

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May 31, 2012

Loon’s linkage (April/May ’12)

Rachel Held Evans on why we should all be laughing hysterically in the magazine aisle Brett McCracken on why partisanship is the new normal Comment interviews Lauren Winner about her work as a writer, teacher and preacher Karen Swallow Prior on why Facebook removed photos of a dying infant Andy Crouch on the secret to city-wide culture making...

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March 31, 2012

Loon’s Linkage (March ’12)

Just one this month from Brett McCracken: In Praise of Being Out of the Loop Thanks, I needed to hear that.

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February 29, 2012

Loon’s linkage (February ’12)

Richard Mouw on Obama, Catholics and religious freedom Rachel Stone on the rise of “biblical masculinity” Tim Keller on NYC schools’ decision to ban churches Kyle Bennett on why its time for a little more ration for fashion Sara Zarr on Prozac vs. Jesus Eugene Cho on his (brief) conversation with the president about prayer Brett McCracken attends a...

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