Tag Archives: Alan Jacobs

Food for thought

Alan Jacobs recently posted a little thought experiment: take a hypothetical Christian institution that has moved from a traditional Christian sexual ethic to a more liberal one. Assume that God hasn’t actually changed his mind about this stuff: So as … Continue reading

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Best non-fiction books I read in 2013

My brain has been a little slow lately, so you’ll have to live with another one of these boring lists. The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction by Alan Jacobs. A short, sweet anecdotal book that seeks to … Continue reading

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Blogging from A to Z Challenge day 16: P is for the Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction

I’m in the middle of Alan Jacobs’ recent-ish book, The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction. As the title suggests, his interest is in how the delight of a serious reading life can be kindled and maintained – … Continue reading

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