Category Archives: Worth a Look

Worth a Look 1.28.15

Interesting links for Wednesday, January 28, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.27.15

Interesting links for Tuesday, January 27, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.26.15

Interesting links for Monday, January 26, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.22.15

Interesting links for Thursday, January 22, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.21.15

Interesting links for Wednesday, January 21, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.20.15

Interesting links for Tuesday, January 20, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.15.15

My favorite Rich Mullins song, Lecrae speaks out on abortion, How Greg Thornbury almost lost his faith, and Thomas Sowell on why we can’t all “just get along”

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Worth a Look 1.14.15

Nigerian terrorism, racial reconciliation, small group problems, and the coldest town on earth.

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Worth a Look 1.13.15

Interesting links for Tuesday, January 13, 2015.

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Worth a Look 1.12.15

Kindle Deal of the Day: The Gospel of the Lord by Michael Bird. $3.99.

Describes how the canonical Gospels originated from a process of oral tradition, literary composition, textual development, and reception in the early church with a view to showing what makes them among the most important writings in the New Testament.

Daniel Block offers reflections from the hospital bedside of his grandson, who is suffering from brain cancer:

My grandson wanted me to be in the room with him, but he did not want us to make any noise. While at his side, and since I have returned home, I have had a lot of time to reflect on this experience. It has been eye-opening to me, and taught this Old Testament scholar a host of lessons.

The New York Times reports on the economics (and nostalgia) of dead malls:

Premature obituaries for the shopping mall have been appearing since the late 1990s, but the reality today is more nuanced, reflecting broader trends remaking the American economy. With income inequality continuing to widen, high-end malls are thriving, even as stolid retail chains like Sears, Kmart and J. C. Penney falter, taking the middle- and working-class malls they anchored with them.

Christianity Today on the death of Gospel music singer and writer, Andrae Crouch. If you don’t recognize that name, you would probably recognize any number of his songs (“Soon and Very Soon,” “My Tribute To God Be The Glory,” “The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power,” and “Jesus is the Answer”).

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