My weekly round-up of interesting links from around the Web!
"Ranks of the Rejected: Josh Vogt": I've been enjoying the Rejectomancy blog for awhile now, but I particularly liked this quotation from his interview with Josh Vogt:
[My first rejection letter] didn’t surprise me at all. It acted like a milestone in my fledgling writing career because it meant I was actually doing what I needed to do: write stories and submit them to publications.
"The Full Armor of Achilles to Withstand Odysseus (Eph. 6)":
Because as Paul wrote these ideas down in Greek, it’s very likely that the Greek classics were part of his specifically literary equipment. Lines of Homer were so pervasive in elementary education in the Greco-Roman world that children would practice their letters by writing Homeric sentences. And once you pick up on the way Homer describes warfare, you notice some particular expressions and conventions that help explain some of Ephesians 6’s peculiar phrasing.
"A Philosophy of Internet Safety":
The main line of defense against cyber bullying is not to avoid the internet, but to be in control of your identity on it.
"New, Gorgeous, Pictures of Pluto": The title pretty much says it all!
And, finally, some exciting news from Ranee, a longtime friend of this blog: her knitting pattern "Saint Catherine of Alexandria" has just been released in "One-Skein Wonders for Babies: 101 Knitting Projects for Infants and Toddlers."
Congratulations, Ranee! The pattern is so cute! (You can see several pictures of it if you head over to Ranee's blog.)
Peace of Christ to you,
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