- What Are Gospel Issues? All I am saying is that virtually any topic can be tied to the gospel in some way or another. If that is all we are doing, the argument “X is a gospel issue” is a well-nigh useless argument, because the claim could be advanced for almost any topic, irrespective of that to which X refers. (Don Carson)
- The Other Side of Ferguson: Local Churches Fighting Injustice: Ferguson-based Christian leaders, citizens, and law enforcement seem to come to four similar conclusions, all with an underlying question: How can we bring glory to God while pursuing justice? (Christ & Pop Culture)
- Falling In Love With Language — Through The Power Of Hymns: Anyone thoughtful — no matter what their spiritual leaning — can appreciate the art of the hymn: the rhythm, the sonorous language, the discipline and structure. (NPR)
- Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds: We need to provide research and evidence-based knowledge to publishers on what kind of devices (iPad, Kindle, print) should be used for what kind of content; what kinds of texts are likely to be less hampered by being read digitally, and which might require the support of paper. (The Guardian)
Just for Fun
- This cat’s ability to open closed doors is slightly terrifying.