You know all those jokes about how men just can’t understand women? How women are so mysterious and inscrutable? Basically all of American sitcom television in the 20th century? They have something to do with violence and power and bureaucracy. What the video to understand why.
One of the bloggers who has come to my attention this past year is Cindy Brandt. She did an amazing interview with Randy Woodley for my series on the Doctrine of Discovery earlier this year. She is former missionary who writes from Taiwan about faith and culture. I often find her insights about the peculiarities […]
We tend to talk about “what” we believe, but never “how” we believe it. Leaving this part out of the conversation leads to a lot of misunderstanding. Philip Clayton and Steven Knapp offer some great tools for navigating this murky area.
The Fault in Our Stars This is the book, by John Green, which was released as a movie this past summer, about a girl who has incurable cancer, and her boyfriend who also has cancer, and her friends who mostly also have cancer, and their favorite author who is a misanthropic jerk – because cancer. […]
This article contains SPOILERS, but then the movie is biographical so it’s all public anyway. What is worth celebrating in human experience? The film The Theory of Everything exists because Professor Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University is widely celebrated for his contributions to theoretical physics. If he were just some guy who developed a terrible […]