- My cousin in law posted this on facebook today, and I’m so glad he did. This is as good of a breakdown of male privilege as any I’ve seen from academic sources. Beautiful.
- Rachel Held Evans and Sarah at Emerging Mummy both had me wanting to stand up and cheer in my cubicle this week. Women in the church have, for too long, accepted their silence in the church and waited for permission from the crotchety old white men. No longer!
- Christianity Today’s “Her.meneutics” blog can often be more miss than hit, but they hit the nail on the head with this post on why “Modest is Hottest” is one of the stupidest campaigns on the planet.
- Even though I disagree with 95% of what Tim Challies has to say and find many of his views downright repugnant, I begrudgingly appreciate his measured and calm reaction to Driscoll’s new book on marriage. It starts here, but the post I found most “Okay, I can see that,” was this. I shared many of the same objections upon reading the first chapter of Driscoll’s book – why the hell are we talking about sex so much?
- Speaking of Driscoll, this amused me so much. I know I’m late to the party, but it’s astoundingly accurate. (Speaking of which: I'll have a Driscoll post up tomorrow, so keep tuned!).
Most adorable, aw-inducing thing of the week: “Year in Review as shown by Legos,” from The Guardian.
And video of the week! I’ll admit, I’d never heard this song before this video went viral, but I do love me some Taran Killian, and this side by side comparison is fricking hilarious.