Monthly Archives: March 2018

Weekend Curiosities (31.03.2018)

So much stuff that it’s time for an Easter special edition. What actually happened in Holy Week? Ian Paul works through the differences in the Gospel accounts. The Final Week of Jesus: Saturday The Final Days of Jesus: Saturday from Crossway on Vimeo. Good Friday

Good Friday (links)

A few links to give you some Good Friday reading & viewing. Firstly it’s worth a little time reflecting on What does it mean that the Word became flesh? The crucifixion of a man is one thing, the crucifixion of God’s own Son is whole other

The Curiosity Index (30.03.2018)

The Final Week of Jesus: Friday You probably know what happened to Jesus on the Friday. The Final Days of Jesus: Friday from Crossway on Vimeo. Galaxy without dark matter challenges scientific theories In light of yesterday‘s post, this is interesting. Why Gratitude Makes You

Why Earth’s History Appears So Miraculous

Science is amazing and it’s also amazing what scientists believe. I’m not talking about the realm of provable science but of speculative physics. The world where we push past quantum mechanics (which I confess I barely grasp in layman’s terms) to the world of multiple

The Curiosity Index (29.03.2018)

Children’s crusades I think Alan Jacobs is an incredibly astute observer & commentator and well worth reading. One clever little speciality of adult humans works like this: You very carefully (and, if you’re smart, very subtly) instruct children in the moral stances you’d like them to

Book Review: Engaging with Hindus

Engaging with Hindus: Understanding their world; sharing good news by Robin Thomson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Encountering Hindus and Hindu beliefs can sometimes be overwhelming to some Christians because it all seems so different. Yet the basic principles of respectful listening, genuine love,

The Curiosity Index (28.03.2018)

The Final Week of Jesus: Wednesday Here’s what happened on Wednesday of Holy Week The Final Days of Jesus: Wednesday from Crossway on Vimeo. Marriage Has Become a Trophy This is interesting not because (particularly) of what it articulates about marriage but for what it

The Curiosity Index (27.03.2018)

Guns, Blind-spots & Idolatry In light of the huge marches in the US this week I thought this article by Matt Hosier deserved a re-post. I can see the pro-gun arguments but the thing that concerns me for my American brothers is the tendency to