From the Web: Important and/or fun thoughts from around the web this past week.
The Joy of The Christian Life:
- What Does It Mean to be Reformed?: Tim Challies writes a guest post for The Master’s Seminary explaining what it means to be reformed.
- Long Before Twitter, Martin Luther Was a Media Pioneer: New York Times offers an intriguing article that examines Martin Luther from a different perspective.
The Joy of Reading:
- The Forgotten Novel That Inspired Homesickness for an Imaginary Land: A daughter and mother discover that the fantasy land developed by their father/husband was more than some whimsical thoughts, but was more refined.
- The Art of Making a Book: A short video to appreciate what it used to take in order to make a book.
- 5 Surprising Facts About Oxford’s Bodleian Library: Book lovers with a deep appreciation for the beauty of historical works will enjoy some thoughts about the library.
- What If Our Bibles Rose Up and Judged Us?: Here’s a convicting thought from Trevin Wax.
- 12 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Posting Something Online: Unfortunately, this is very much needed advice.
The Joy of Writing:
- I Want to be a Writer: Some practical thoughts.
The Joy of Life:
- 5 Social Media Practices to Avoid: While written towards ministry and their social media sharing, these principles by Thom Rainer are applicable to everyone.
- Steve Jobs’ Worst Decision was Promoting Tim Cook: An interesting comparison and look into the CEO’s that have driven both Apply and Microsoft.
- American Go to the Polls in the Strangest Places: Pictures of some of the more unique polling sites.
- 6 Quick Tips for Writing Emails that Actually Get Things Done: Some practical e-mail writing tips.
From the Projects: Here is a list of what I apparently did this week as well as some links to the works of my co-collaborators on various projects.
Soli Deo Gloria (solideogloria.me):