Daily Archives: August 10, 2018

Paul Krugman, Supply-Side Economist

Originally posted on International Liberty:
I’ve been writing about the Laffer Curve for decades, making the simple point that there’s not a linear relationship between tax rates and tax revenue. To help people understand, I ask them to imagine that…

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Conspirinormal Podcast: How Prophecy Pundits get Israel Wrong and Spin Bizarre End Times Plots — Godawa

I had a unique interview with Adam Sayne on Conspirinormal. New stuff about end times delusions as well as my book Resistant: Revolt of the Jews. Is Bible prophecy all about the modern ethnic or nation state of Israel? Nope. … Continue reading

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Another 5 Tips for Christian WordPress Bloggers

Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
I decided to write another one of these. You can find the first here, though that was shorter than this one. (And now you can find the others here, here, and here.) ? 6. Use…

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Good Stories Get Rejected Too

Originally posted on Aeryn Rudel's Rejectomancy:
Rejections are tough, and getting bummed out is a perfectly reasonable reaction to being told your story isn’t going to be published, but it’s important to have a little perspective on rejections. This…

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The Promised Quotes from Illouz

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
I haven’t finished reading Illouz’s book yet because I never just read scholarly books. I annotate them in a very detailed way because it’s very useful for my work. Plus, I have the shittiest…

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Eva Illouz’s Emotional Capitalism

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
I’m reading Eva Illouz’s Cold Intimacies: The Making of Emotional Capitalism, and it’s surprisingly good. It’s an analysis of how our emotional lives are conditioned by the system of economic relations we live in.…

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5 Tips for Christian Bloggers on WordPress

Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
The sequels to this post can be found here, here, here, and here. Trying to draw more traffic to your WordPress blog, Christian? For those trying to build a larger audience (say, to snag a potential publisher), here are…

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Responding to “Hey, How is Being a Christian Academic Working Out For Your Spiritual Walk?” — The Evangelical Calvinist

Recently (and this is trendy among many evangelicals) I had an evangelical pastor, on Facebook, challenge me with this question (I paraphrase): “yeah, how is academic Christianity working out for you?” usually, he noted, “those Christians committed to academic Christianity … Continue reading

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Book Write-Up: Theologygrams, by Rich Wyld

Rich Wyld.  Theologygrams: Theology Explained in Diagrams.  IVP Books, 2017.  See here to buy the book. Theologygrams is a book that has charts, graphs, and illustrations explaining key concepts in the Old Testament, New Testament, and Christian theology.  It is … Continue reading

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