An interview of former Yale English professor William Deresiewicz, this article just encompasses the things he talks about in regards to the flawed meritocracy that goes in these Ivy League Schools. It’s an interesting perspective on such glorified university education by a former Ivy League professor. Definitely worth a read
The Father Who Eliminates Shame
Shannon Popkin hits the heart with her heart-warming story of a moment she shared with her earthly father. But the wonderful thing is, she turns this moment to reflect upon our heavenly Father. For her, her father was a snippet of what our heavenly Father is like, but she reminds all of us, whether we have loving fathers, or if that space is lacking, that there is a Father in Heaven who loves us eternally, and will not leave us. “God is the type of Father who never wants His daughter to doubt His love. He pursues you. He travels the distance between you. He assures you. He says that nothing can separate you from His love (Rom. 8:38–39).”
Is Religion The Practice of Avoiding Truth?
Luke Nix breaks down a skeptic’s argument that religion is just a method of avoiding the truth.
A relatively dense article, it provides solid arguments and very logical statements. Really good food for thought.
10 Things You Should Know About Dating
10 good reminders to keep in mind for those Christians looking to date rightly in a biblical manner.
In this article, George Yancey addresses the controversial topic over Professor Bret Weinstein.
It addresses the chaos surrounding professors now treading on thin ice. He presents the new academic reality, and warns professors to prepare for the worst.
“It is through God’s strength that even us sinners can be used for the glory of God.”