Some thoughts on mental illness from a Christian perspective.
Here’s a post suggesting 15 reasons we should still be using hymnals. I’m sure not all of them hold water (e.g., ones that suggest digital format is inherently inferior to print are problematic). But a few do – or at least we should try to replicate the best features of the hymnal in our new digital age.
Here’s proof it’s better to be a night owl. Well, actually it’s a web article that may or not be valid. It just made me feel better.
For those who are fans of chess, 10 important moments in chess history.
A review of an interesting book on the meaning of the Declaration of Independence.
Another reason to urge my students to be careful in citing wikipedia, especially in religious matters.
Apparently there are more pressures to undo confidentiality in religious practice. This seems a bit dangerous. What to do when there are cases of imminent danger or ongoing and unrepentant evil is complicated, however (though not in the Catholic tradition, if I understand correctly).
I’m grateful not to have spent much time in churches where fact-checking was needed. But, I’ve heard some sermons…
Link to a review by Larry Hurtado from Pete Enns. I’d link directly, but it’s worth a read of Enns’ prayer of thanksgiving in his link.