2021–05–16 — Weekly Articles

Faith

Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ by Peter Kreeft

We have a Parent in God by Northwood Church

The 5 Movements in Isaiah by Davy Ellison (The Gospel Coalition)

Act Like Men of God by Marshall Segal (Desiring God)

Even Dementia Is Not Dark to God by Cynthia Fischer (The Gospel Coalition)

Behold Your Mother by David Mathis (Desiring God)

Acts 1:1–11 (Acts 1:1–14) by Rob Myallis

Luke 24:44–53 (Ascension) by Rob Myallis

Easter 7: Given to the World by David Lose

Leadership/Personal Growth/Parenting

The 10 Essential Strategies for Deeper Learning by Scott Young

6 Principles for Navigating Challenges in Life by Brad Stulberg (Outside)

Efficiency is the Enemy by Farnam Street

Hiking Is an Ideal Structure for Friendship by Julie Beck (The Atlantic)

You’ve Probably Been Thinking About Motivation All Wrong by Nir Eyal

Concentrate! by Jonathan Rowson (aeon)

Health/Fitness/Nutrition

When Something That Is Supposed To Be Easy Feels (Really) Hard by Steve Magness

Does NMN improve metabolic health in humans? by Peter Attia

Sports

The Enduring Passion of the Maestro of Mondays by Ryan French (The Fire Pit Collective)

A Feeling of Golf Normal: Birdie and I at the golf course. by David Hill

How to Hit a Fade by Matt Saternus

31 Questions to Ask Before Joining a Country Club by Sean Ogle

Business/Finances

Other People’s Money by Marc Rubinstein

How to Decide If a Meeting Is Essential by Michael Hyatt

Why the blockchain matters by Seth Godin

Making Uncommon Knowledge Common by Kevin Kwok

CWS Market Review — May 11, 2021 by Eddy Elfenbein

4 Investing Lessons from David Swensen by Nick Maggiulli

In Defense of WeWork’s Community-Adjusted EBITDA by Evan Armstrong

Letter to a friend who just made a lot of money by Graham Duncan

Education

Reframing the Problem: Reframing the Mindsets by Steve Barkley

Lessons From the Disaster of Zoom Teaching by Mariel Norris (Current Affairs)

2021 AP Physics 1 exam — solutions by Greg Jacobs

2021 AP Physics 2 exam — solutions by Greg Jacobs

Getting Ed-Tech Wrong Would Be a Bitter Pandemic Legacy by Frederick Hess

Science/Technology

This is a Map of America’s Broadband Problem by Russell Brandom and William Joel (The Verge)

‘Insanely cheap energy’: how solar power continues to shock the world by Royce Kurmelovs (The Guardian)

Is it Finally Time for You to Care About Ransomware? by Lance Ulanoff

The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill by Megan Molteni (WIRED)

Physics Teacher. Lover of sports, books, high-quality education, family, and Jesus. W&M B.S. ('08), M.A.Ed. ('10). U of SC Ed.D. ('17).