It’s been a few weeks since I’ve shared some links that caught my eye. Here are the latest – hope you find something of interest:
As Somebody Somewhere Said. Good reasons to read the Bible as a whole rather than only parts of it.
Hoaxes and Hermeneutics. The need for learning how to interpret the Bible rightly.
How To Complain Without Grumbling. There’s a difference, and I am so glad to see someone finally say so.
5 Questions I Wish My Accountability Partner Would Ask Me. I am wary of accountability partner set-ups for several reasons, and while the author still recommends them, he advocates facets that are much more in line with Biblical accountability and relationships that what I usually see.
Twenty Years. A man’s reflection on twenty years of marriage.
Teach Your Children to Have Devotions. Wish I’d had something like this to read when mine were small.
Navigating the Challenges of Real Life Online. “If you share everything, you’re an exhibitionist. If you share nothing, you’re closed-off and unapproachable. If you share too many good things, you’re fake. If you share too many bad things, you’re a whiner.” Jenn discusses some principles and guidelines for finding balance here.
10 Things Photographers Hate With a Passion. I had never seen the dinosaur wedding thing before. Bizarre! I don’t agree with every point – I think some trendy or “as seen on Pinterest” requests are inevitable – but otherwise some good things for us to think about.
And I saw this on the C. S. Lewis Facebook Page.