Various & Sundry: October 25

Illness kept me from posting these links a few weeks ago;

Susan Cain answers questions about introverts and the workplace.

Michael Kruger lists 10 books on the Bible’s authority.

While I’m on lists of 10: “10 Things Americans Waste Money On”

David Murray identifies 18 obstacles to personal devotions in the digital age.   “Reason 2: Loss of Concentration. Tests of office workers reveal that they check email 30-40 times an hour, although they think it’s only 10-15 times an hour. 1 in 4 people check their smartphone every 30 minutes, 1 in 5 every 10 minutes.”

In “Art, Nakedness, and Redemption,” William VanDoodewaard writes: “To reject nudity in art and film is no denial of artistic ability, nor of created beauty. It is a realistic, careful, humble acknowledgment of God’s redemptive work in Christ and His precepts for a grace transformed, holy, happy life in a fallen world. This includes the need for covering nakedness.  Real redemptive activity seeks to preserve and rescue from sin by pointing men and women to Christ and His Word.”

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