- A Lost Generation?: Fewer young women are practicing their faith: How the church can woo them back.
- A Love Note to the Workaholic: Many of us have spent the majority of our adult lives in jobs that train us to outrun and outsmart the experience that underpins love and connection – vulnerability.
- From the Pulpit and in the Pew, the Knicks’ Lin Is a Welcome Inspiration (NYT): The children of Asian immigrants, like Lin, account for a sizable part of the explosion of theologically conservative churches — catering largely to young, college-educated professionals — in New York City. Many attend what might be labeled second-generation Asian-American churches that have spun off from congregations with worship services in Chinese or Korean.
- The Faithfulness Fallacy: In logic an ad hominem attack is when you criticize a person rather than their idea. What I find fascinating in both of the above cases is that the defence being used is actually ad hominem. In other words, rather than defending the actions or ideas of the person which have drawn the scrutiny, the defenders of these individuals have resorted to speaking about the men themselves. But who the men are and what they have done in the past was never the issue.
- A new study finds that online role-playing games can harm your marriage
- New Testament scholar R. T. France has passed away.
Just for Fun
- Poor little kitty needs to work on its jumping skills. Makes me smile.