Still in the midst of an extended break. The blog will pick up again soon, I promise. In the meantime, here’s the best of the last two weeks …
Best Holy Week Trilogy, Part One. “Stripping the Altar” by Cara Strickland at Little Did She Know.
Best Holy Week Trilogy, Part Two. “The Dark and Beautiful Cross” by Alise Wright at Knitting Soul.
Best Holy Week Trilogy, Part Three. “With Scars and All” by Eric Immel, SJ at The Jesuit Post.
Best List. “Ten Reasons Why Christians Should Give Pizza to Everybody” by Micah J. Murray at Redemption Pictures Blog.
Best Special Needs Post. “Love Pushes Us to the Front of the Crowd” by Gillian Marchenko at Not Alone.
Best Graphic. “What Your Favorite Map Projection Says About You” by xkcd.
Best News. “Beloved Brontosaurus Makes a Comeback” by Ewen Callaway at Nature.
Most Unexpected. “In Defense of Marriage” by Daniel Pelfrey at Post-Postmodern Dad.
Best Commentary. “Thomas Cromwell Was the Islamic State of His Day” by Dominic Selwood at The Guardian.
Best Video. “Donall and Conall Meet Richard Dawkins” by Lutheran Satire (via YouTube).
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