Weekend Web Wandering – March 5, 2016

March feels like it’s just going to fly by. Everything feels accelerated with Daylight Savings Time and Easter coming earlier than they have the past few years. Or maybe that’s just me.

Anyway, I hope your March has been lovely so far. And if you have a few free minutes (or hours) this weekend, here are some links for you:

weekly links round-up


  • The 6 Risks of Reading Old Books by Betsy at Redeemed Reader. Good reminders here. “Old” doesn’t always mean “Better” and more than “New” always means “Improved.”
  • Call No Man Father: The Clear and Obvious Meaning of a Text by Joshua Gibbs at CiRCE Institute. Loved this line: Let us be willing to make a case for our beliefs which transcends a materialist, monolithic and insistent finger-pointing at the Bible, as though if we breathlessly point hard enough our opponents will come around.



On Living Unabridged:

This week: 52 Family Game Nights: Dutch Blitz

Last month: 101 Science Class Ideas for Homeschool Co-ops

Last year: Kids in the Kitchen: Real Life, Real Learning

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