- There’s no jot of shame in leaving the books on your shelf unread: A survey has found that half of an average home’s 138 books go unread. I’m surprised it is as low as a half. Books aren’t meant to be read. (Telegraph)
- The 7 Commandments for Choosing a Church: After several moves, and several not-so-good choices over the past few years, I found our most recent church choice to be different – and much better. My hope is that anyone who is facing the decision of which church to join will find help and encouragement. So here are 7 commandments for choosing a church. (Transformed)
- Letter Grades Deserve an ‘F’: Letter grades are a tradition in our educational system, and we accept them as fair and objective measures of academic success. However, if the purpose of academic grading is to communicate accurate and specific information about learning, letter, or points-based grades, are a woefully blunt and inadequate instrument. (The Atlantic)
- The Most Popular and Fastest Growing Bible Translation Isn’t What You Think It Is: NIV vs. KJV: Surveys and searches suggest the translation that most Americans are reading is actually not the bookstore bestseller. (Christianity Today)
Just for Fun
- Can gibberish be a verb? If so, this woman gibberishes exceptionally well.