- Hugo Chávez’s last words paint a picture of a man desperately clinging to life: “I don’t want to die. Please don’t let me die.” Denny Burk encourages us to use the opportunity to ask: “Will we be ready?”
- New figures indicate we spend 32,850 minutes a year, or 22.8 days, looking at our phones. “Over the course of the average person’s life, that’s 1,414 days — 3.9 years — spent squinting at a little piece of glass and plastic.”
- Rhodes Davis provides links to 7 resources on modest and immodest dress.
- Edwin Crozier asks, “Is God gracing on the curve?”
- Gary Henry reminds us of the highest use of the human mind: “Just as there is no higher object of our thinking than God, there is no higher use of our minds than to think about him reverently.”
Want a window into the seismic worldview struggles of 2013? On February 27, Peter Hitchens moderated a debate between Andrew Sullivan and Doug Wilson on the question “Is Civil Marriage for Gay Couples Good for Society?”