- Eight Brilliant Minds on the Future of Online Education: The advent of massively open online classes (MOOCs) is the single most important technological development of the millennium so far. I say this for two main reasons. First, for the enormously transformative impact MOOCs can have on literally billions of people in the world. Second, for the equally disruptive effect MOOCs will inevitably have on the global education industry.
- Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed: Some of us are heavy introverts. Some of us are stalwart extroverts. But the vast majority of us are ambiverts.
- Five Things Evangelicals Need to Face in the Next 10 Years: The sky isn’t falling for evangelicals, but we do have reason to look in the mirror. As the church continues to navigate an increasingly post-Christian culture, we have to ask ourselves if we are willing to face some truths and change some behaviors to reach the world with the message of the gospel.
- Hebrews Out Loud: The book of Hebrews seems to have been written for the ear. Or, if that claim is true, perhaps it should be made in this form: the sermon to the Hebrews was designed to be spoken aloud.
- The Secrets to Not Being a Terrible Writer. And for more on writing, check out 10 Movies that Make Writing Look Incredibly Dangerous.
Just for Fun
- So what would happen if an unstoppable force met an immovable object? The answer is a bit surprising.