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Additional Resources

Here are some other free resources you might be interested in.

  • Habits of the Home. This is a compilation of reader submissions about regular cadences and habits they undertake in these homes to try to create a healthy, Christian home environment.
  • Notes on Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age. This book is extremely important but also very dense. I’ve read it twice and took extensive notes, which are in a zip file organized by chapter. This material makes for a good review or discussion document for a reading group.
  • Notes on Nassim Taleb’s Incerto. As I noted in Masc #14, Nassim Taleb is a very important thinker whose conclusions are counter-intuitive, profound, and very favorable to Christianity. I have summarized some of the key points from Fooled by Randomness, The Black Swan, Antifragile, and Skin in the Game (new) for your convenience.

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