Around the Web: 3/28/13
As if you don't already have plenty to read here are a few articles worth spending some time with.
- From Russell Moore this week, Why Christians Should Read Fiction:
What’s more is that fiction is, I think, very helpful for those who are called to preach and teach (which, at least in terms of bearing witness to Christ is true of all of us). Fiction helps the Christian to learn to speak in ways that can navigate between the boring abstract and the irrelevant mundane. It also enables you to learn insights about human nature. I’ve never had a problem with drug addiction. I can’t imagine why on earth anyone would take meth. Reading stories of life in Eastern Kentucky and about the motivations behind a meth addict can teach me to address those things biblically, and to see where I have similar idolatry that would be just as incomprehensible to someone else.
Read the rest here. It's well worth the time.
- Anthony Esolen on the jungle that is our ongoing sexual revolution:
by Rebecca Weddle
by Emily Brigham
by Bret Saunders
by CiRCE Staff
by Lindsey Brigham