All posts in category Philosophy and Worldviews

Simmer Starters – August 1, 2015

I’m being short and sweet in my link descriptions today.  I have to make some yummy cheesecake bars, do laundry, supervise my kids most of the day, and shop for a bridesmaid dress today for a wedding I’ll be in this December (yay!).  Busy days! Book Description Epic Fail (Indies Unlimited) – Tips for writing blurbs […]

Simmer Starters – May 15, 2015

Oh my goodness, SO many good and interesting links came my way this past week!  So there are some great Simmer Starters today.  Lots of variety here. You Are God’s Workmanship (Jon Bloom at DesiringGod) – Ahhh, I love almost everything from Jon Bloom on this site, and this article I especially adore.  “When Paul says […]

Simmer Starters – May 8, 2015

I read LOTS of interesting articles this past week!  That tends to happen when I am in a creative low, because I end up reading more non-fiction stuff.  Here are the Simmer Starters… How Christianity Invented Children (Pascal-Immanuel Gobry) – With sometimes shocking examples of how people often treated children in the ancient world, this writer […]

Simmer Starters – April 17, 2015

Here are the Simmer Starters for this week!  Lots of links today… Are You Weak Enough for God to Use You? (J.D. Greer) – Thoughts about the story of Gideon and God using us in our weakness.  “…Periodically, God will step into our lives and reduce the size of our army, because he wants us to […]

Is Anything Neutral In This War?

In which we take a break from my 1 Corinthians 13 series for some rambly musings. 😛 As you may have noticed, I’m big on the analogy of spiritual warfare.  I find it helpful to think of my struggle against sin as a cosmic battle against the forces of evil inside and outside myself.  It reminds […]