- The Diet From God: The Daniel fast is growing in popularity, often prompted by Christians’ desire for a deeper form of prayer. Many are reporting lasting physical benefits, too. (The Atlantic)
- 5 Reasons I’m Glad I Was Raised Evangelical: For those of us who wrestle at times with the religious traditions with which we were raised, I think it’s important to remember from time to time the gifts those traditions gave us. These are just a few that come to my mind. (Rachel Held Evans)
- How clutter affects your productivity (and what you can do about it): The last year has been the most productive of my life and I owe a lot of it to understanding the importance of decreasing how much I consume and coming up with ways to cut clutter. (The Next Web)
- Brainwashed: Neuroscience vs neurobollocks: a smart and sometimes devastating critique of “neurobollocks” — the propensity for using brain-science (and, particularly, brain imaging) to reductively explain human motivation. (Boing Boing)
- Check out Tim Challies’ list of Christian books on sale at Amazon today, including pre-order sales of Zondervan’s Four Views on the Historical Adam and Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy).
Just for Fun
- This is what happens when Americans Try to Label European Countries on a Map. And, of course, it’s not that easy to label all the states in America either.