- Why Christians Need to Laugh at Themselves: The line between a giggle and a groan is often thin, and much religious comedy is just ridicule offered in bad taste. But when done right, religious humor in film, television, literature, and stand-up can be a gateway to important conversations and even instill listeners with humility. (The Atlantic)
- How to Love God by Getting More Sleep: Chances are that you know about many or all of these ideas already. I did too. But as Samuel Johnson once said, “People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed.” Take this as a reminder to try some (or preferably all) of these tips in order to improve your bedtime habits. (Gospel Coalition)
- Writing for an Audience of None: Here are four positive takeaways when my writing ends up on the cutting room floor. When we write for an “audience of none,” here’s what you and I can gain, as well as questions we should ask to determine whether a piece should be read by others. (The Wardrobe Door)
- Remembering David Steinmetz’s Quest to Free the Church from Amnesia: Last month on Thanksgiving evening, one of the leading church historians of our time died at age 79. David Curtis Steinmetz was a brilliant scholar who shaped much of the way study of late medieval and early modern Christianity is conducted today, and many of his former students are now leaders in their respective fields.