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Our Weekend Reading series (brought to you by our Patreon backers) continues with a curated selection of articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet that interested us this week!   Grant One of our listeners, John Henry, has been working to catch up on our episodes and responded very positively to STG […]

Weekend Reading 15


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Hey, folks—Grant here. I’m taking over the blog post from Peter this week, but I’m sure he’ll be back in two weeks with more of his usual good stuff. I have a small admission to make: I’ve been feeling frustrated and dissatisfied lately. Some of this stems from ongoing anxiety […]

Tongues of Fire, Disquiet, and Joy



Our Weekend Reading series (brought to you by our Patreon backers) continues with a curated selection of fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet.   Grant I’m glad I got to my Weekend Reading late this week. If I hadn’t, I might have missed this gem from E. Stephen Burnett over […]

Weekend Reading 14


Our Weekend Reading series (brought to you by our Patreon backers) continues with a curated selection of fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet.   Jenny To tie back to one of our earlier weekend reading posts, here is another chicken church! This one seems to be much less intentional, but […]

Weekend Reading – (Un)Lucky 13



It’s sometimes a little bit amazing to me that at the age of 38, I’m still finding the limits of my tolerance for things. It’s also telling that my tolerance for certain things has decreased over the years. Before we go any further in this post, though, I need to […]

Going on Tilt


Our Weekend Reading series (brought to you by our Patreon backers) continues with a curated selection of fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet.   Peter Richard Beck’s Experimental Theology blog makes the list again, this time with a post about martyrs. You’re surrounded by martyrs when you tour through old […]

Weekend Reading 12 – Like 10,000 Ants Going Through Customs



Our Weekend Reading series (brought to you by our Patreon backers) continues with a curated selection of fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet. Peter There’s a cool article on the origins of the Paladin class in D&D over on Geek and Sundry. Throughout the novel, Carlsen performed […]

Weekend Reading 11


Despite the fact that the word “fear” is right there in the name, there’s really nothing scary at all about Fear the Con. In fact, I can safely say at this point that it’s usually the highlight of my year, or at the very least, my gaming year. It’s hard […]

Nothing to Fear