- Former Oil Executive Appointed as Archbishop of Canterbury: The bishop of Durham, Justin Welby, a former oil company executive, was named on Friday as the new archbishop of Canterbury, the spiritual head of the world’s estimated 77 million Anglicans, saying he would support the elevation of women as priests to the senior clergy and warning against homophobia.
- The Googlization of Bible Study: Google disseminates information. That’s great and helpful…when what you need is information. But the vast majority of what I need in personal Bible study and even sermon preparation is not information. I need the Spirit of God to enliven the Word of God and transform my heart. I need to chew on a text and sweat through it. Google gives me too quick of an out. It shortcuts my labor. And as a result it shortcuts my ownership of the truth as well as my heart.
- Aquinas: How He Might Help Evangelicals: Thomas had particular brilliance on many issues of great concern to evangelicals. And because of his depth and vision, he saw some of these issues in ways that will be of immense help to us both spiritually and intellectually in our pilgrimages toward the heavenly city.
- Can Paper Survive the Digital Age? Money, laws, tickets, newspapers, not to mention its many uses in art … despite the digital revolution, our world is still built on paper. Ian Sansom reflects on an enduring addiction to the white stuff
- Visual Theology: Tim Challies lists all of the info graphics in his visual theology series. These are definitely worth checking out.