Blog Roundup: Today, George Eliot, Author of Middlemarch, Was Born (Nothing Else Happened)
Happy Friday! As we head toward the weekend, and inch toward Thanksgiving, here’s some reading for you:
Over at Postmodern Conservative , Pete Spiliakos is in favor of the filibuster rule change.
Maureen Mullarkey takes on “art in drag” (as science).
Today, Peter Leithart is reading: commentary on feminist commentary on the Trinity ( post one , post two ), regular old commentary on the Trinity, a piece on American ecclesiology , and the book of Job .
If you’re wanting to check out a performance of Macbeth , Dr. Boli can help you with that .
Here at First Thoughts , Matthew J. Franck has a piece on somebody who died today, and David Mills looks at the outrageous outrage of the Society of St. Pius X.
On the Square today, David J. Michael reviews Nico Muhlys opera Two Boys , while Peter J. Leithart wants you to know that Revelation is a book of the Bible.
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