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Tim Keller Explains ‘Conversion of the Heart’
Tim Keller used this story to illustrate the “conversion of the heart.”
Many years ago, when I was in college, I was part of a Christian fellowship, ...
Overconfident People Try to Beat World’s Best Sprinters
Christian Coleman is the reigning world champion in the men’s 100 meters. From time to time, strangers approach the 26-year-old Atlanta native with ...
Fired Disney CEO Prioritized Profits over People
When Disney CEO Bob Chapek was fired and replaced by his predecessor Bob Iger, many of Disney’s most vocal fans rejoiced. One of them is Len Testa, ...
‘Humility’ Is Really Our New Pride
Columnist David Brooks mocks what passes for humility these days. He points to a tweet from the president of the European Central Bank: “I was humbled ...
False Assumptions About Others
Author Todd Rose makes the point that our tendency to make false assumptions, or fall into collective illusions, can result in mistrust, discouragement, ...
Atheist Says Meeting Jesus Like 'Waking from Sleep'
Joy Davidman was a Jewish American atheist poet who as a young woman became a communist to satisfy her thirst for justice. She married a fellow writer, ...
Apple's Employee Number 0
Robert X Cringely, in his book Accidental Empires, tells about the early days of Apple. In the late 1970’s, Apple had grown beyond the point that ...
The Sum of Human Knowledge Would Fit into Your Local Walmart
When we compare the sum of human knowledge today with what it was just 100 years ago, we are sometimes tempted to think ourselves advanced. Collectively, ...
Pro Basketball Coach Exposes the ‘Disease of More’
NBA Hall of Fame coach Pat Riley popularized the term the “Disease of More.” Riley has noted that many championship pro teams in the NFL, ...
An MIT Professor Meets the Author of All Knowledge
Dr. Rosalind Picard, founder and director of the Affective Research Group at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), was once convinced that she ...