Weekly Links We Like to Link to – Post-Easter Edition

Easter weekend was weird for me. I didn’t post not because I was being extra sanctimonious, pietous, meditative or even fasting from posting. I was just out of sync. And I guess I might just use the Pentecost season as the time to contemplate the death, resurrection of Christ and also how it affects me in the world around me. Here’s some starter kits, though:

Andy Whitman uses T. S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets” to understand why “We Call This Friday Good“.

N. T. Wright – I don’t think I’d trust another theologian to write a better piece on Easter than he, but I haven’t read this one yet. So, it’s here so that I will. “The Uncomfortable Truth of Easter.” (Btw, I’m not sure if what’s at the bottom half of the page should be there. I may just copy and paste it somewhere else before someone takes it down…)

An older post of mine on Easter.

And, finally, a reminder to unconsciously live the Resurrection in day-by-day exchanges.
h/t to I Am JoshBrown.

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Links We Like to Link to – Post-Easter Edition

  1. art,weird, right? i think i’m just too wrapped up in anger about my beloved country’s response to a black preacher questioning america on things we should know better about by now. i do hope to finish this idea and develop and write and publish it soon.rc,even the BC ones, right?

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