What We Read This Week

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Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


All types of coffee lead to decreased risk of cancer

A new study reveals that even decaf seems to lessen the risk of colorectal cancer, and the more you drink, the better…Read Full Article

From Treehugger


Canada Thinks It Has a Better Way to Defend Religious Freedom

The first attempt to replicate the United States’s diplomatic advocacy for beleaguered believers worldwide has come to an end. Five years ago, Canada’s Conservative party campaigned for a new office to champion the cause of international religious freedom (IRF). The office opened in 2013, looking to complement the strengths of the US State Department’s IRF office that it was modeled after…Read Full Article

From Christianity Today


5 Reasons “Live Each Day Like It’s Your Last” Is the Worst Advice Ever

How should we live, given that life is short and time is running out on us?

Generations of scholars and sages have, of course, meditated on this question, from the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu to the medieval theologian the Venerable Bede, from the Renaissance essayist Michel de Montaigne to the anthropologist Ernest Becker. One of the most recent figures on the scene—arguably a sage of the digital age—is the Venerable Steve Jobs…Read Full Article

From Yes!Magazine


Wax Tablets, Chicken Rustling And The Medieval Roots Of The Modern University

When we think of colleges, we imagine sprawling campuses, big-time sports programs, hefty endowments, and massive libraries stuffed with thousands of books. But the earliest universities were a little less grand…Read Full Article

From npr


Living in Love

If we’re going to live in love, we have to learn to forgive one another. The Bible says, “Do not let the sun go down on your anger, but instead, forgive. And above all things, put on love.”1 That means: Above having your own way, above your own agenda, choose to put on love…Read Full Article

From Joel Osteen Ministries

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