Key Posts

In Blog Procedures, Christianity on April 21, 2009 at 1:46 pm

When Christianity Richly launched, I chose a newspaper-like format.  The narrow columns are more readable and the amount of vertical scrolling is limited.  Just three posts appear on the front page.  A list of the fifteen most recent posts appears at the bottom of page one.  The rest are archived, by month. However, this means posts more than 15-20 days old disappear.  They still exist, but can only be seen by clicking on a month or a category (shown at the bottom center of page one).

As a result, every couple of months of so I’ll highlight some posts I think deserve ongoing attention.  Perhaps you’ve just found Christianity Richly.  These posts may be of interest to you.  But even  if you read Christianity Richly regularly, you may have missed a day or two.  And occasionally I’ll highlight something because it relates to something I plan to post over the next week or so.

So, what’s worth a look from Christianity Richly‘s February, March, and April 2009 archives?  Try these:

A longer post, but one worth reading I hope, is Christian and UnChristian.  This post discusses the contrast between how Christianity is perceived by 16-29 year olds, as compared to what the Church says about itself.  How we close this gap is of vital importance.

And finally, if you are a convert to Catholic Christianity—or thinking of becoming one—the 3-post series Battles Converts fight may be helpful (Parts I, II, and III).

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