I posted a few reviews this month. For The Gospel Coalition, I reviewed Destroyer of the gods by Larry Hurtado. Christians ought to be a little weird. That’s the… Read more “January Roundup”
What did I accomplish in 2016? I only wrote four posts for my personal blog. I wrote a couple of movie reviews for Reformation 21. I wrote… Read more “Less and More Writing”
I didn’t have my most prolific year of writing, but I figured I’d end 2015 with a retrospective blog post anyway. This way I can finish up… Read more “Most Popular Posts of 2015”
I’ve reached my one-year anniversary as a blogger, so it seems like an appropriate time to pause and take stock. My blogging experiment began when I agreed… Read more “Ten Things I Learned from a Year’s Worth of Blogging”
The Task is long and arduous, but God is our helper.
Today I published my first post at First Thoughts, the blog of First Things magazine. The post is about getting married young, its benefits, and how it… Read more “Blogging at First Thoughts”
The birthright of the English is the richest, noblest, most flexible and sensitive language ever written or spoken since the age of Pericles.
Last night I watched the final installment of Downton Abbey‘s third season. After watching the first episode of the third season, I referred to Downton as “my favorite… Read more “Downton Abbey and the Perils of Writing for Television”
Writing has been on my mind this week. It probably has something to do with reading a stack of student papers and essays. Unfortunately, these papers and… Read more “Five Tools for Improving Your Writing”
Here is publishing’s dirty little secret: most books are not worth finishing.