Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

…or, Something to keep you busy over the weekend…

…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.

*coughs nervously*

It’s actually been considerably longer than a fortnight since the last link post back in the middle of March. Mea maxima culpa, gentle reader. We’ve been quite busy here at DET during that time, so it isn’t as though you haven’t had plenty to read. The first list of links below demonstrates that very clearly. If you missed any of them along the way, now is your time to catch up! But, there have been some other comings and goings and doings in the theoblogosphere that I want to highlight before getting to the lists.

First of all, DET got a make-over! If you’re reading this then the chances are that you’ve noticed. It’s quite drastic. I wasn’t entirely pleased with it at first, but then I dug into the code and modified the style for block quotations and I’m much happier. I hope you enjoy it as well, gentle reader. And don’t forget to click that big subscribe button at the top of the page to ensure that you don’t miss any future DET posts!

Second, we had our yearly honors convocation here at Lindenwood University, and it was my honor to present the Harmon Religion Award. You can watch me do so below (crank up your speakers; then go subscribe to my YouTube channel):

Third and finally, at least in terms of this preamble, David Congdon has been busy online lately. Here are four things from him that you should definitely read:
Alright, now that we’re up to date on all that, time to dive into the real links feast! First, here’s what we’ve been up to at DET:

And here’s what’s been going on elsewhere on the interwebs:


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