The Inerrancy of Scripture: Kevin Vanhoozer offers a nice overview of what “inerrancy” means, what it doesn’t, and why it matters.
Drowning in Leviticus: Whether reading through the Bible chronologically or otherwise, when February and March hit, enthusiasm can fade, tedium can bulge, and stall out can loom.
It’s Okay to Talk Like a Christian: I’d like to put in a word for talking like a Christian, for using substantive, Biblical words in ordinary conversation, whether or not non-Christians are listening. What we say defines the world as we understand it, and God requires us to use our words to share our beliefs.
Your Brian Is Hooked on Being Right: When you argue and win, your brain floods with different hormones: adrenaline and dopamine, which makes you feel good, dominant, even invincible. It’s a the feeling any of us would want to replicate. So the next time we’re in a tense situation, we fight again. We get addicted to being right.
17 Facts about Time That Could Blow Your Mind. My favorite: “Surveys reveal that people are willing to wait twice as long in fast food restaurants that stick to a “first-come-first-serve” single-line model than in shorter multi-line scenarios because seeing others beat you to the checkout counter is stressful.”