Hopefully you had a great Fourth of July! We spent the weekend with our daughter Jamie and son-in-law Cal. We went to see Charlotte’s mom, her sister Carole, and brother-in-law Keith. It was a great weekend.
Now for the resources. Hopefully at least of one of these will be interesting and even helpful to you.
This post contains reflections on Robert L. Johnston Jr. who was my Greek teacher at Abilene Christian University. One semester, I took a Greek readings class with him and learned much about Greek, the text, and what it means to be a Christian gentleman. I was the only one in this class. Each day he served hot tea prior to reading the text.
Seth Godin says much in so few words. See “The difference between impossible and nearly impossible.”
See Roger Olson’s fine post “How American Evangelicalism Has Changed . . .” This made me pause and think.
“My Zombie, Myself, Why Modern Life Feels Rather Undead.” From The New York Times.