Saturday Links

Another fascinating post from BioLogos. Of particular interest to me is the paragraph about heritable genetic changes developing from experiences in the life of the parent. That is huge.

Mason Slater makes some great points about the problems of the classic Evangelical position on the Bible and how it sets people up for failure.

My mom pointed out a great organization working to improve the lives of Mayan girls and women in rural Guatemala through education and other programs.

Anne Jackson writes this peace-giving post about being open to beauty in the change of seasons.

Christie Purifoy writes about stories being true even if the events they describe didn’t happen.

Jeremy Statton on how God’s love and grace change us, and how that love and grace flow from us to others.

What have you been reading this week?

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3 Responses to Saturday Links

  1. Christie says:

    Such a great lineup. I’m pleased to be a part of it.

  2. moonchild11 says:

    I love the BioLogos post!

  3. ~mama~ says:

    Something I posted to you made the list! That makes me happy esp since it is a great site. Did you click on the link to the video that was shown at the last FIFA opening ceremonies on 2 girls born the same day? The value of education~~

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