Scott Postma

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5 Articles You Should Have Read This Week!

Throughout the course of any given week, I’ll read between 25-50 articles and blog posts over a broad spectrum of genres.

Truthfully, a lot of content on the web is regurgitated or repurposed rubble that isn’t worth your time.

But frequently, certain articles will stand out I think would be helpful or inspirational to my readers.

At least for the time being, I’ve decided to highlight 5 of my favorite articles from my reading for the week and share them with you on Fridays.

I thought I would call it… are you ready for this?

 

5 FAVORITES FRIDAY!

 

Okay, so maybe that’s a little cheesy. Actually, I think that’s been taken… Oh well. I’ll work on it.

But without further adieu, here are 5 intriguing or important articles I hope you didn’t miss this week.

THE DEATH OF A LEGEND: RIP JERRY TARKANIAN!

THERE’S DEFINITELY NO GREY AREA ABOUT THIS MOVIE

BAM! BLOW THROUGH THESE SEVEN WRITING BARRIERS RIGHT NOW!

THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT BOOKS YOU’LL EVER READ & SIX REASONS FOR STARTING TODAY!

FIVE FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL MAN OF THE 19TH CENTURY

What did you read this week you think we need to know about. I’d love to have you share with us in the comments!

Have a great weekend!

About Scott Postma

Scott lives in North Idaho collecting more books than he'll ever read in a lifetime. He helps people cultivate their capacity to perceive and appreciate the good, the true, and the beautiful by sharing rich insights into the arts and humanities, meaningful perspective on faith and culture, and valuable tips on writing and teaching. You can subscribe to the tribe and follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus.

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  1. Salli

    This is the best defense of traditional marriage I have read in a while. I hope the Supreme Court listens to her.
    http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/02/14370/

    1. Thanks for sharing, Salli!