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A Few Good Links

Ihope your New Year is off to a great start! Do you have any plans or goals for 2011? More reading, perhaps? If so, here are a few links that may be of interest...

A wealth of articles and links about spiritual abuse
Touching prose and thoughtful dialogue at A Deeper Story 

What are you reading lately? Feel free to link up or comment about your current finds.


  1. This is a sad note but also a sobering wakeup call for those who perpetuate fundamentalism. It sounds like he grew up in a family that follows Gothard. (There's some language in it.)


  2. Three of my recent favorites (that didn't make it into my compendium)...

    Chaplain Mike at iMonk takes on the legalists' view of grace:

    Brant Hansen knocks one out of the park in a reply to a 16-year-old girl: "On Giving Up" (Why religion causes burnout...) http://ping.fm/BZ6b9

    My wife Carrie is starting a series on women in Bible times:

  3. Hi Sister! I did find a good link, from sisterlisa, and want to perpetuate it. Here it is! And it is Loving!


  4. The start of my 2011 book list is in my most recent blog post here: http://virginiaknowles.blogspot.com/2011/01/goals-plans-and-books-for-2011-bring-it.html

    I haven't written out my list of books on the topic of home education yet, but I did check out an interesting one from the library: Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement by Mitchell l
    L. Stevens. It was published ten years ago but he has some astute observations on the two camps of home school families.

  5. http://www.boundless.org/2005/articles/a0002371.cfm

    This article was a good reminder to me today to simply rest in Christ and cease striving.

  6. Hi. I believe it was on this blog that I read an article explaining what was said to Eve in Gen 3. It was about a desire to turn from God and let man rule her. I'd like to read it again to understand it better, if anyone can give me the link?

    Thanks in advance.


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