Even if the title of this article is a bit dry, the interview itself is both interesting and instructive.
This is a powerful and poignant article on Alzheimer’s. “Alzheimer’s is cruel. Slow motion time travel into the past—with no return tickets on sale.”
Logos users will want to vote in this year’s March Madness. The longer people last in the bracket, the deeper the discount on their works. Also, you may be interested in the community pricing on Classic Studies on the Resurrection of Christ and the 57% discount on the D.A. Carson Treasury.
This new product looks like a simple and seamless way of gaining and maintaining accountability while using your iPhone.
I’m a terrible photographer but am hoping that these tips can help me improve at least a little bit.
True Woman has been sharing a series of short profiles of noteworthy women from church history. The most recent entry is on Sabina Wurmbrand.
Read this short, sweet reflection from Burk Parsons.
This Day in 1933. 83 years ago today, evangelist Dawson Trotman and others founded the Navigators. *
This is a fascinating longform article: “If you need a new heart, you want Dr. Gonzo leading the search. The charismatic head of the transplant team at Baylor takes chances on donors others doctors don’t want, while maintaining the same survival rate. Here is an exclusive inside look at how he does it.”
Joe Carter has a FAQ on the abortion case that has gone before the Supreme Court.
The most universally awesome experience that mankind knows is to stand alone on a clear night and look at the stars.—J.I. Packer