Interesting links for the week of 3/1/21

Humanity and the fulness of life Willow Creek founder Bill Hybel’s daughter apologizes for his abuse Gen Z is adjusting career goals (and making money) during the pandemic What might happen if the Equality Act passes? Pelican Project Member Melissa Cain Travis writes about virtue and the human question for happiness PODCAST: Hip hop artist […]

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Interesting links for the week of February 22, 2021

Alarming response from some ministry leaders to the Ravi Zacharias abuse scandal Withdrawing from women not the best method to avoid a situation like the Ravi Zacharias abuse scandal Clutch member Shelly Wildman wrote about the work of waiting Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians speaks to today’s multiethnic church congregations Is the evangelical view […]

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Interesting links for the week of February 15, 2021

Ravi Zacharias International Ministry releases statement about sexual abuse and misconduct by founder (article includes link official report)  More than ¼ of evangelicals believe core QAnon conspiracies  Being pro-life in the midst of the pandemic  Women are more present in the Bible than you may think  Following Jesus in a polarized world  What the digital […]

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Interesting links for the week of February 8, 2021

How depression impacts our story The women making conspiracy theories beautiful Christians and social media censorship The beauty of shared suffering Seeking truth like Sherlock Holmes PODCAST: Artist Makoto Fujimura was on the Cultivated podcast recently to discuss finding beauty in brokenness Cover photo by Cathal Mac an Bheatha on Unsplash

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Interesting links for the week of February 1, 2021

Covid-19 pandemic projected baby boom turns into a baby bust Benefits and drawbacks of technosolutionism (e.g, Zoom and other apps) Adults suffering from trauma could benefit from children’s books Religious beliefs seemed to strengthen in most countries during the pandemic The virtue of writing letters and emails, but don’t rule out social media PODCAST: Pelican […]

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Interesting links for the week of January 25, 2021

Five myths about evangelicals (according to the Washington Post) A look at what contentment is…and isn’t How Anti-Racism and Anti-Abortion go hand-in-hand Meangful activities and routines can help with general well-being A look at beauty and the glory of God PODCAST: Pelican Project members Melanie Cogdill and Lindsey Medenwaldt discuss New Age conspiracy theorist and New York […]

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Interesting links for the week of January 18, 2020

A look at the book The Making of Biblical Womanhood  Pelican Project member Anne Kennedy discusses whether Christian evangelism is wicked  Evaluating the workplace environment at Dave Ramsey’s headquarters  Some Christians still holding onto hope that Trump will be president  Russell Moore’s take on what happened at the Capitol January 6th  PODCAST: Pelican Project member Karen […]

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Interesting links for the week of January 11, 2021

Rethinking community and loneliness in the midst of a pandemic Religious freedom still a top priority for Americans SBC President Russell Moore warns Christians against conspiracies Religion and psychology use similar methods for coping with anxiety, study finds Gender wage gap and religion: are they connected? PODCAST: The Mandalorian and religion (Postmodern Realities Podcast) Cover photo by […]

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Interesting posts for the week of January 4, 2021

How Apple TV show “Ted Lasso” teaches redemptive values, especially forgiveness Are professors ministers? Gordon College says so, but a Mass. court rules on the matter this week. A look at the potential impact of this decision. What we can learn from Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in 2021 The new beginning you might need in […]

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