I’m an American Football fan and love watching the Superbowl. The time difference and a kid that wakes up at 5.30am means watching it live is rarely a good option. So every year I watch the game on the Monday evening with some friends and I avoid all possible means of finding out the score. Which leads me to my first link:
The Boston Globe printed their early edition when their team the New England Patriots were losing 28-3. Not a good headline. They ended up winning 34-28 in the greatest comeback of Superbowl history.
We read 1 Thessalonians 4 on Sunday and we all thought the answer to this question was yes. But then pretty much every generation has thought that. Here Michael Kruger explains why that didn’t stop them writing stuff down.
Wise advice never gets old.
As a former bookshop owner I’m heartened by this story. For more on the revival & resilience of books you may want to take a look at this article I wrote just a week ago. Sticking with books is Donald Trump an inadvertent friend to literature?
In 1998 it was just three years. It’s a little bit longer than that today.
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