Around the Web (3/12)
- Reflecting on the responsibility to teach the next generation, Andy Sochor writes, “Why do we believe, teach, and practice what we do? It is not sufficient to simply pass down what we believe, teach, and practice (though this is also important). We must impress upon the next generation the reasons why we believe, teach, and practice what we do.”
- Matthew Bassford suggests, “In all the wide world of religious discussion, there is probably no word that is more misunderstood and misapplied than the word ‘love.'”
- According to a recent Nielsen report, Americans aged 18 and older spend almost 11 hours per day watching TV, listening to the radio, or using smartphones and other electronic devices.
- Isaiah 19 announces the LORD’s judgment on Egypt. Ferrell Jenkins helps us visualize the fall of this ancient world power.
- NASA has released some absolutely incredible photos in conjunction with the Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey television special.