- 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.”
- Pessimists Live Longer Than Optimists, but they’ll worry about it anyway.
Just for Fun
- What British teenagers know about American football.