Another week has zipped by. The Republican candidate circus had its first performance this week. Not exactly must see TV, but parts of what I saw were interesting. The summer days are waning, and school will soon resume. This will be the second year in a row that I will not be returning to a school, and to be honest, I don't miss it.
Enough about me. Let's get to the good stuff:
You know those polls about religion? Turns out they are not all that accurate.
This might be interesting.
Saving the bees.
New and different video game starring one of the Mario Bros.
St. Francis on Instagram.
The reports of grace's death are greatly exaggerated.
Fear and trust.
Why is this not surprising?
Are office buildings too cold? It depends.
Zack Hunt on Puddlegum.
Jesus or Nietzsche?
Some Irish proverbs from Kansas City Bob.
Jared Wilson on the gospel.
Matt Appling on Millennials and faith.
Depression and delight.
Michael Spencer on arguing.
This is friendship!
Going into the wilderness.
Thoughtful post from Arthur Sido.
Have a blessed week!
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