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It’s a day past Easter, but still a good time to reflect on the seven victories it represents.
Also, Simon Gathercole examines the historical evidence for Jesus, then concludes with a bang: “These abundant historical references leave us with little reasonable doubt that Jesus lived and died. The more interesting question – which goes beyond history and objective fact – is whether Jesus died and lived.”
Stephen McAlpine reflects on EnChroma glasses (which right color blindness) and asks, “What if the world we see right now in all its blazing colour is but a pale, anaemic, washed out version of the world that is coming?”
Did you know that some birds trick others into doing all their parenting for them? This video explains.
Here’s an ethical dilemma that may be coming our way soon. After all, it’s usually not long between when we can do something and when we are forced to do something.
Here’s a great tradition that seems very, very unlikely to last.
Our pride knows no bounds and even extends to our view of culture and our inability to see our own cultural blindness.
I enjoyed this reflection on the beauty of our union with Christ.
A friend once asked me, “What really good books have not yet been written?” I thought about it for a little while and came up with 7 books I would definitely read.
I cannot think of why any thinking Christian would not want to study theology.—D.A. Carson