Worth your time to read this article and chew on the data. RIP, American Dream? Why It’s So Hard for the Poor to Get Ahead Today – Matthew O’Brien – The Atlantic.
Around these parts, you’ll hear me say a lot about defining sin correctly, and living our lives much more graciously when it comes to the way we relate to others who see the world differently. Awhile back, I took a shot at writing about modesty in the context of a […]
Enjoyed this piece by Elsa Walsh of the Washington Post on women being truly happy with the “good enough” life because balance is more important than raw achievement. “Why women should embrace a ‘good enough’ life” Walsh discusses her personal journey in American feminism from a loyalty to breaking barriers […]
A Review of “Unapologetic: Why Christianity Makes Surprising Emotional Sense”. I want to read this book ASAP. This part of the above review had me hooked: The narrative of Christ is its own apologetic. No system of theodicy can withstand an honest look at the world. The sharp and spinning […]
A few articles that deserve your attention Finally, the response to military sexual harassment that I’ve been waiting to hear. If you’re going to start a startup, don’t get snagged by all the hype and myth and glamor. It’s just a start up…. and startups grow up to be corporate […]