2021–04–11 — Weekly Articles


The Soundtrack of Heaven by Bob Kauflin (Desiring God)

Curtain Torn in Two: What Did the Tearing of the Veil Accomplish? by Greg Lanier (The Gospel Coalition)

‘They Did Not Break His Legs’ by David Mathis (Desiring God)

Saturday Songs in a Cemetery by Brett McCracken (The Gospel Coalition)

Do Not Despise the Day of Small Things by Scott Hubbard (Desiring God)

Leadership/Personal Growth/Parenting

What Information Do You Need in Order to Change? by Farnam Street

How People Learn to Become Resilient by Maria Konnikova (The New Yorker)

Enrollment by Seth Godin

How to See The Future Like a Superforecaster by Andre Plaut

Envy Is the Cancer of the Soul by Lawrence Yeo

Right in Our Own Eyes by Jon Bloom (Desiring God)


The Truth About Mineral vs. Chemical Sunscreens by Markham Heid

What we’re getting wrong in the conversation about mental health by Lucy Foulkes (The Guardian)


25 Years of Masters Memories by Alan Shipnuck (The Fire Pit Collective)

Why Manchester City Won’t Win the Champions League by Ryan O’Hanlon

Using Strokes Gained to compare the all-time greats at Augusta National by Justin Ray (PGATOUR.com)

The story behind the most inspiring par 3 in all of Augusta by Curt Sampson (Golf Digest)

Is Soccer Wrong About Long Shots? by John Muller (FiveThirtyEight)


Why You Shouldn’t Pick Individual Stocks by Nick Maggiulli

Lies We Believe About Money by Taylor Standridge (RELEVANT)

Economics for Church Leaders: Understanding Income Tax Rates by Joe Carter (The Gospel Coalition)


The Ultimate Deliberate Practice Guide: How to Be the Best by Farnam Street

“Learning Loss?” by Steve Barkley

When Does Educational Equity Become Educationally Unethical? by Frederick Hess

Mail time: angular impulse for a block-pulley system by Greg Jacobs

Problems with Problems by WestEd


Angular Momentum and the Moment of Inertia Tensor by Rhett Allain

I Called Off My Wedding. The Internet Will Never Forget by Lauren Goode (WIRED)



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Nathan Belcher

Nathan Belcher

Helping people learn and grow. Lover of beautiful conversations, books, sports, education, family, and Jesus. W&M: B.S '08, M.A.Ed '10 U of SC: Ed.D. '17