Last time I blogged on discipleship of the mind, I raised some serious warnings about relying on the Internet too much. Here we are, though: me writing, and you reading. It’s pretty strong evidence we both think there’s at least something to be gained here. And there is, just as long as we don’t let it be our whole reading diet.
Christian-Oriented Libraries on the Internet Some people in my generation can remember having to drive to the library to find an answer to a question. Sounds almost quaint now, doesn’t it? In this blog post I want to steer you toward some of the better libraries for Christian thinking. This list won’t be complete, you can guarantee that. I’m almost certain I’m having a momentary memory lapse, and I’m not even including all of my own favorites. Please use the comments to add to the list, and accept my advance apologies for missing some of the best.
Thinkers engage contrary views. Here are three of the better places to do that. I endorse the process of studying these views, not the views themselves (or in many cases, the attitudes), mostly because in the end they don’t stand up to good evidence and analysis.
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