- How To Be Polemical Without Being a Downright Nasty Person: There was a time, of course, when every theologian, whether Protestant or Roman Catholic, was a polemicist. Later, polemics became merely a distinct position on a theological faculty. Finally, it disappeared altogether in a spirit of congenial tolerance. (Michael Horton)
- Duck Dynasty’s Cultural Christianity: Here’s the dilemma – what the show presents is a good life, but it is not in any specific way the Christian life. It is cultural Christianity of the kind that still characterizes much of the South. (Thomas Kidd)
- Are the Brains of Introverts and Extroverts Actually Different? Do the brains of introverted people really look and behave differently from those of extroverts? And if so, what might those differences mean? (Discover)
- Creating an Assessment Culture: When we speak of the need for an assessment culture, we want churches and Christians to avoid making claims that are unsubstantiated. We, above all others, need to be trustworthy, and we can do that with accurate assessment of where we are as individuals and a church. (Ed Stetzer)
- Let Me Explain Why Miley Cyrus’ VMA Performance Was Our Top Story This Morning. The Onion strikes again.
Just for Fun
- This has to be the most awesome and terrifying practical joke ever.