Educational Reform: Some Caustic Questions

Robert Shepard, author and curriculum designer, has prepared an essay exam for the corporate reformers who think the know how to redesign American education. He writes: As a member of the Billionaire Boys’ Club, or as one of the paid associate of the BBC, you . . . 1. believe that that extraordinarily complex skills like reading and writing [Read More...]

Emotional Modesty

From Holly Gerth, a conversation starter: A few weeks ago a friend of mine were chatting. Her husband is in a leadership role at a church and she shared how women often confide in him in ways that are personal. That led us to a discussion about how easy it is to share your heart [Read More...]

It is a Conundrum Pt. 1 (RJS)

I’ve mentioned in a number of posts over the 18 months or so that I’ve begun a habit of simply listening to Scripture regularly – usually on my commute – in large chunks straight through. Despite having been raised in the church, for the most part in local churches that read Scripture publicly and emphasized [Read More...]

The Dark Side of God-Belief: Evil

Any good solution to the big problems of life must deal at some point with “why evil?” If the apostle Paul proposed big solutions to life then he had to deal with evil, so N.T. Wright, in Paul and the Faithfulness of God, sketches the various solutions to the problem of evil and then offers how [Read More...]


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