I find the first point funny. “Don’t lie — it will cost you money!”
Each day, we make the same choice hundreds of times: whether to lie or tell the truth. It often happens without thinking, and we ignore the profound impact of these seemingly inconsequential decision…
File this under “not entirely unexpected observations”
OF THE many glass ceilings constraining women’s careers, one is particularly important yet often overlooked: the wage of the husband. In a new paper, Marianne…
This is fabulous. I’m a junkie for comedians talking about how they hone their craft.
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I love learning about the creative process in others.
Is The Lord of The Rings racist? I’ve heard people suggest it before, but this is the first serious discussion I’ve found of it.
(Reposted to be rebloggable!) Any time Tolkien has south/eastern people as antagonists, it’s because they’ve been coerced by guys like Sauron (nor are non‐white people the only cultures to be…
Guest Blogger: Jason Helopoulos. “We are moving into a post‐denominational age” or so we are told. If that is the case, I for one don’t think it is good news. Denominations serve a real purpose and ar…
File under “things I had never considered”
Carl Henry wanted more ‘Mere Christianity’ and direct theology. Lewis didn’t.
Kind of a dark twist.
At its heart, Pearls Before Swine is the comic strip tale of two friends: an arrogant Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow‐witted Pig who doesn’t know any better. Together, this pair offers caust…
I’ve done a fair amount of research on this topic. This article nails the main points. Sometimes discussions on this topic remind me of the old observation that the Americans and the British are two people divided by a common language.
Many modern readers assume that slavery in the New Testament is equivalent to the race‐based slavery of the African slave trade. While not defending the Greco‐Roman institution of slavery, Tim Kell.…..
This is well‐argued. I do wonder if he is underestimating the gains to be had from biotech advances.
Tyler Cowen, a professor of economics at George Mason University, warns that innovation in the U.S. has reached a plateau and a long period of stagnation awaits.