- The surprisingly badass birds of the Bible: They fly all over the Bible – from beginning to end – and they have a prominent place in the founding narratives of almost every culture and religion. They are not just bones and feathers. They are strength or hope, omen and oracle. (CNN)
- What crisis in the humanities? Interactive Historical Data on College Majors: Clearly we should be doing more to counter the perception that the humanities—and by extension, the liberal arts—are in crisis mode. My own experience in the classroom doesn’t support this notion, and neither does the data. (Sample Reality)
- 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living: though I feel utterly unqualified to give “advice” in that omniscient, universally wise sense the word implies, here are seven things I’ve learned in seven years of making those choices, of integrating “work” and life in such inextricable fusion, and in chronicling this journey of heart, mind and spirit — a journey that took, for whatever blessed and humbling reason, so many others along for the ride. (Brain Pickings)
- Fellow Christians: I’m Rich and I’m Sorry: Do pastors owe apologies for getting rich? That’s the way we’d prefer to word the question, especially to avoid examining our own stewardship responsibilities. (Hermeneutics)
- New Musical Uses Britney Spears’ Music To Tell the Story of Jesus Christ. Yes, you read that correctly.