Summer Security
Yes, my wife Shona has just joined the blogosphere, and not only to keep an eye on me. A bit frustrated by some of the extremes in the blogworld, her “Not So Common Sense Blog” aims to find biblical balance in all of life.

Autism and faith
A deeply moving account of an autistic woman’s journey from atheism to faith. (HT: Chris Larson)

What you’ll never hearing about preaching in Seminary
As the intro clarifies, you probably heard  it but you didn’t listen to it!

The Power of a College Degree
“Conclusion: More education opens the gateway to better, higher-paying jobs.” This is quite convincing on the face of it, but it still doesn’t address the question as to whether it’s the college degree that makes the difference. Could it be that the factors that make a person seek a college degree (parents, self-motivation, social status, etc.,) are more influential?

The Denial of Mental Illness is Alive and Well
Thomas Szasz, pioneer of the anti-psychiatry movement and hero of some Biblical Counselors has died. He leaves a mixed legacy. More here and here.

Sinning against your own body
“Sex is no more a moral issue than eating a good meal. The fact that we eat most meals at home with spouses and partners does not preclude eating out in restaurants to sample different cuisines and ambiences.” J. D. Grear disagrees and provides biblical and scientific evidence for chastity.