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The Curiosity Index (15.01.2018)

Andy Savage’s Standing Ovation Was Heard Round the World. Because It Was Wrong I haven’t read a whole lot about this but I think Ed Stetzer gets it right. First, no one should ever receive a standing ovation when it comes to alleged abuse—unless it’s

The Curiosity Index (06.12.2017)

What good is knowing the Bible? This is not from the perspective of a believer but succinctly argues that you cannot understand the times in which we live if you do not know the Bible. Wilson’s books of 2017 It’s that time of year when we

The Curiosity Index (30.11.2017)

Art story of the day I did not know this, but I think it’s great. How Skilled Copyists Leave the Louvre with a Masterpiece Every Year Rebuke of the day This one is actually from a couple of weeks back, but as the story is still

The Curiosity Index (05.10.2017)

Why We’ll Have Evidence of Aliens—If They Exist—By 2035 It’s always 20 years from now but hopers will hope. But our ability to search improves with every technological innovation. I compare the situation to the year 1491. European civilization had been around for 2,500 years,

The Curiosity Index (16.06.2017)

Six attitudes that kill evangelism in the church 1,2 & 5 are the ones I’ve heard the most Three lessons I’ve learned about not being a natural evangelist. So here’s a good counter from Chris Green The decline of Christendom Nothing speaks more powerfully of the

The Curiosity Index (14.06.2017)

So it’s been really busy, what can I say? But back by popular demand (well, I still want to do it)… Nephilim, Anakim, and Why We Care Andrew Wilson on top form showing that a) Bible-believing Christians can believe some pretty weird stuff b) it

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The Curiosity Index (06.05.2015)

The world, it seems, has never been very comfortable with women leading nation states as this tale from ancient Egypt demonstrates. Have you ever heard of vertical farms? Me, either but apparently, they could be quite the thing. Michael Hyatt outlines 5 ways reading makes you

The Curiosity Index (Weekend Edition 18.04.2015)

Paul was inspired but he wanted books. Classic Spurgeon. I love this line, “We are quite persuaded that the very best way for you to be spending your leisure, is to be either reading or praying.” Grace Henry breaks down what it means to be