Small Business Saturday at The Way of Improvement Leads Home

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We have some big changes in the works for 2021. I can’t say anything yet, but it’s going to be huuuuge! 🙂 Stay tuned.

We are also recording new podcast episodes. In this season we have heard from Lorri Glover on Eliza Lucas Pinckney, Peter Manseau on the Jefferson Bible, Paul Harvey on Howard Thurman, and Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn on the “art of living.” And we are only beginning!

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And for our loyal patrons: THANK YOU for your ongoing support!

Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home:

  1. American Historical Association Issues Statement on Confederate Monuments
  2. “On Standby” for Springsteen on Broadway
  3. Historians on Confederate Monuments
  4. “Trump plays him like a piano”
  5. An Open Letter from Christian Scholars on Racism in America
  6. Making Sense of Joel Osteen
  7. Court Evangelical Jim Bakker:  If Trump Gets Impeached, Christians Must “Come Out of the Shadows”
  8. Eric Foner: Robert E. Lee’s “Legend” Needs to be “Retired”
  9. Historian: When it Comes to Monuments, “Nuance” and “Complexity” Connect Us All
  10. The President of Fuller Seminary on Evangelicalism and Race

Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home:

  1. This May Be the Best “Acknowledgments” Section of All Time
  2. David Barton: If Thomas Jefferson Were Alive Today He Would Vote for Ted Cruz
  3. Fellow Historians of Lincoln and Reconstruction: Cut Hillary Some Slack
  4. Abigail Adams and Alexander Hamilton
  5. The Author’s Corner with Corey M. Brooks
  6. University of Oxford Recap
  7. Job Opening at Huntingdon College
  8. Robert Jeffress “Endorses” Donald Trump
  9. Maybe Some Evangelicals Think Trump is Another Reagan
  10. Nothing Will Chance With a Hillary Presidency

Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home:

1.  What is the Difference Between a “Blog” and a “Blog Post”
2.  Video of the Day:  Bill Cosby Responds to Victoria Osteen
3.  Why Reading Matters
4.  Six Things You Should Say To Your College Professor
5.  Sunday Night Odds and Ends–August 31, 2014
6.  The Junto Takes on Popular History
7.  The Morality of Football
8.  Brigham Young and the American Bible Society
9.  So What CAN You Do With a History Major?–Part 50
10. In Defense of Revisionism

Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home.

1.  On Writing the History of the American Bible Society–Update #49
2.  On Writing the History of the American Bible Society–Update #48
3.  The Author’s Corner with Kathryn Gin Lum
4.  Why Reading Matters
5.  Sunday Night Odds and Ends–August 17, 2014
6.  What Am I Teaching This Semester?
7.  On Writing the History of the American Bible Society–Update #32
8.  The Morality of Football
9.  Conan Takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
10. On Writing the History of the American Bible Society–Update #28

Most Popular Posts of the Last Week

Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home:

1. Evangelical Churches and Intellectuals
2. Gina Barreca on Sloth
3. The Author’s Corner with Christopher Cameron
4. New Interactive Map Shows the Impact of Westward Expansion on Native Americans
5. Why Reading Matters
6. Sunday Night Odds and Ends–June 14, 2014
7. Follow Me As I Write a Book About the American Bible Society
8. Was Abraham Lincoln Ever a Senator?
9. Two Rural Michigan Villages Are Producing an Inordinate Number of Catholic Priests
10. On Writing a History of the American Bible Society–Update #1