He descended into hell. (DG)
Did Christ come for God or for us? (DG)
Google and Twitter team up with their own version of instant articles. (Re/Code)
We are still learning how to live in this information ecosystem, and how to build the ecosystem for humans rather than for the information. We will get better at it—as humans, and as builders of technology. And in the mean time, reading books again will help. (HBR)
Two bedtime prayers for weary parents. (Desiring God)
Tim Keller on what makes societies great (or not great).
Thinking, arguments and beliefs are crucial as means of moving the heart, but ultimately we are what we adore. We are what captures our imagination, what leads us to praise and to compel others to praise it.
I only sort of wanted to read this Judd Apatow book before. Now I have to read it. (Kleon)
Developing a hearing problem. (Acuff)
I really enjoyed this interview with George W. about The Pitch. (Grantland)
Christians have God. We’re made for God. Sex can’t deliver. A partner can’t deliver. Not on this scale. Because they can’t substitute for God. (Tim Chester)
This is immense. Jesus praying to the Father. He addresses Him and says, ” Father, the hour has come …” and then, later on, this.
And now, Father, glorify me in your own presence with the glory that I had with you before the world existed. -John 17:5
This from Seinfeld makes me want to read the Judd Apatow book. (Kleon)
Pixar’s 22 rules of phenomenal storytelling. No. 4! (Saddington)
People have a tendency to wince whenever we use that term because there’s very widespread confusion between the concept of total depravity and the concept of utter depravity. (Ligonier)
How to care for women who have miscarried. (Desiring God)