According to Ed Setzer, Small is the Kingdom Big.
Americans are obsessed with big things. If something is big, it must be better. It has strength. It has legitimacy. Yet, that’s an American value, not a biblical one.
- A New York Times post comments on the recent Supreme Court decision allowing the sale of violent video games to children.
What’s most interesting about the fissures on the court is the different thinking among the justices about the impact of technology on children, and the implications for other important clashes over teenagers’ free-speech rights that are percolating in the lower courts.
I get asked regularly about what we do for “family worship.” Among Christians who love the faith and their kids, family worship becomes a topic of interest. My initial response is always ambivalent, encouraged on the one hand that someone wants to have a family culture that includes the Bible and devotion in the home, and slightly concerned because the common issues that plague “family worship” are considerable. For those considering implementing some version of family worship, here are some remarks that I hope are helpful.
- Daniel Wallace has some new videos on NT textual criticism from The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts.
- Here’s a way to turn your resume into an infographic. I’m don’t think this would work if someone sent one of these to me. But it looks cool.
- And, here are 11 Overdramatic Road Warning Signs. I almost held onto this one for some Saturday Morning Fun, but I couldn’t wait. My favorite is the wheelchair-alligator warning above. But, the moose, falling cow, and baby sacrifice warnings are also pretty outstanding. We really need to hang some of these around campus.