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Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Sunspots 563

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

Christianity: Ken Schenck on what the Bible says (or doesn't) about headship in marriage.

Christianity Today has an essay on masturbation. Really.

Relevant says that, even though Hollywood is a worldly establishment (mostly, anyway), Christians should care about the recent all-white Academy Awards nominees.

And Relevant tells us that Christians can ruin dating (for others).

Computing: Gizmo's Freeware discusses freeware file-based backup programs.

Food: (or drink) National Public Radio reports on the processes that extract caffeine from coffee beans.

Humor: (or something) Wired reports that a messy office/room/car dashboard/whatever may help the person using it to be more, not less, productive.

Politics: Relevant on what the Bible really says about politics.

Science: A reflection, in Christianity Today, (!) on the writer's returned DNA analysis, which shows that we humans are much more closely related to each other than you might think.

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