The Curiosity Index (20.01.2017)

I’ve had to dig into the archives for a few links today but just because they’re not new doesn’t mean they’re not good.

I’ve been interested in the changing nature of transportation – self-driving cars & trucks, the changing nature of flying and the possible advent of hyper-fast trains. Until now most attention has been on the hyper-loop in the US or Dubai but now I might change my bet to South Korea and the near supersonic train.

The rest of the links are from the archives:

Mark Meynell shares of a meeting and friendship that taught him the incredible cost of conversion to Christ in Muslim countries.

Trevin Wax shares how where you live changes what you see when you read the Bible. Which is one reason why being part of a multi-cultural church is so interesting.

CityMetric took a look at three ancient global cities – Antioch, Nineveh and Lepcis Magna. Cities have always been human melting pots.

And if you’re in need of a longer read try The Power of Conversation: A Lesson from CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien 

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