Category Archives: Links

Links to interesting stories and media, other blog posts, etc.

COVID, Tech, and Church: Some Links

I’ve accumulated quite a few readings that relate to the church’s response to the pandemic, which is something I’ve been writing about in the last year. I’m trying to stay away from scientific topics per se, because I’m not a scientist–I’m a biblical scholar, a pastor, and (dare I say it) a theologian. Nevertheless, the limits and proper place of science in society is an issue that I feel needs to be addressed by the church exercising its prophetic witness in society. Continue reading

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Links: 28 July 2017

Christian higher ed, and more… Continue reading

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Give Us Our Daily Feed

I’ve written before about the free audio education I received over eight years working in pharma while in seminary and grad school. I thought it would be interesting to share what’s in my podcast feed, and solicit suggestions for new audio food for thought. What do you listen to, and why? Continue reading

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Links: 6 July 2017

My sweet daughter turns four years old today! Here’s your recommended daily allowance of cuteness…

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Links: 7 June 2017

Faith and Theology: Tweeting the trinity: because heresy is meh. Righteous Anger: Egypt’s Christians Respond to ISIS | News | Christianity Today Paul Ricoeur: The philosopher behind Emmanuel Macron. Perhaps the most famous Polish-Lithuanian writer: Why Czeslaw Milosz Still Matters | … Continue reading

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Links: 10 May 2017

Hank Hanegraaff’s Switch to Eastern Orthodoxy, Why People Make Such Changes, and Four Ways Evangelicals Might Respond. With apologies to my friends who’ve “swum the Bosphorus,” Ed Stetzer has said it better and more charitably than I ever could. Ghost in … Continue reading

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Links: 21 April 2017

Reconstruction of a Train Wreck: How Priming Research Went off the Rails | Replicability-Index. Interestingly, a Nobel Prize winner comments on this article (scroll down) and admits he was wrong to accept the assumptions of this research. In the TANSTAAFL department: Paid … Continue reading

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Best of 2016

I realized the other day that I never did a “Best of 2016” post for THTW… Continue reading

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Links: 17 March 2017

Why you should wear orange this Saint Patrick’s Day, and more… Continue reading

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Links: 15 February 2017

Refugees and plastic bags… Continue reading

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