March 8, 2007

Surfing the Web

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I came across a few interesting items while surfing the web in the last couple of days, so I thought I’d pass them on to you:

The universe is stranger than we thought: Here are thirteen things that don’t make sense.  [HT: Alastair]

77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, Better.  [HT: Alastair]

Ros Clarke on the Song of Songs.

Peter Leithart, “Humanism and Health Care” (you’ll have to scroll down to March 6 to find it), with a follow-up here.

Toby Sumpter, “Classical Education is Christian Education” and “You are the Curriculum

When the Scriptures Fell Open” is a snippet from a book by C. Veenhof, translated by Theodore Plantinga, about the 1940s in the Netherlands.  It strikes me that there are some similarities to certain debates taking place in the Reformed world today.

Also by Veenhof: “The Word of God and Preaching” (translated by Nelson Kloosterman).  Kloosterman assigned this to us when I was in seminary, and I’m glad to see it online now.

N. T. Wright, “Simply Lewis,” a very helpful review of C. S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity.

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