Imagine you awake one morning to find yourself trapped in a grade B horror movie. Realizing where you are is easy because all the classic signs are evident, from things that go bump in the night, to scantily clad young women pursued (and worse) by monsters, and lots of really dumb people– clueless in the face of obvious danger – who act as if they haven’t the sense that God gave geese. Try as you will, you can’t escape; it’s not a nightmare that can be banished merely by waking up. How many times must you ask, “Who are we? What is our purpose?” before your cheap flick turns into something more?
— What Christians Can Learn from Nora Ephron – Laura Ortberg Turner/Christianity Today
— The ‘Busy’ Trap – Tim Kreider/New York Times
— Women, Callings, and Having It All – Jennifer A. Marshall/The Gospel Coalition
— “You Don’t Have A Soul”: C.S. Lewis Never Said It – Matthew Lee Anderson/Mere Orthodoxy
— Flannery O’Connor Reads “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” – OpenCulture.com