The Commonplace Blog

"...Commonplace book as a place where one records “memorable ideas, wise sayings, or beautiful lines of poetry – words of rare value, distinctive enough that we dare not trust them only to our memories.” He tells us that the Commonplace book came into practice during the 16th century as the printing press gained steam as a way to deal with the seeming deluge of print material (imagine what they'd think of today's deluge of print!). ...more

Mere Christianity in a PostModern World

I posted links to a great series of articles of importance to all Christians, but especially those in mainline denominations.  I'd love to hear your comments! ...more