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Wednesdays on the Web (22/11)

You Are Not Your Personality Profile

I see the value in understanding that I’m an ESTJ. At the time that I filled out the test, I paid extra to receive the extended personality profile results so that I could dig deeper into the quirks of why I am this way (because, for the most part, I fit the categories almost perfectly) and so I understand myself—particularly my flaws—better. However, Aaron is also dead right when he says here that we can take it too far.

2017 Winter Book List

It’s always helpful when someone else puts these lists together, particularly when broken down into categories that are helpful for parents with children of different ages and interests. Not to mention more than a few award-winning reads to add to my own list while I’m there.

Nerds! Get Your Greek On

I’ve studied only one Intro to Biblical Languages unit, and I’m super keen for more. One valuable resource to connect with some more intermediate courses are offered by Zondervan Academic. But in the mean time if you can’t spare the cash, ESV have made the Greek Bible available online for free. How about that.

7 Habits that make People seem Less Intelligent

You always want to put your best foot forward, right? Well here are some things from healthyway.com that you may have thought made you appear smarter, but actually don’t.

The Necessity of Effectively Communicating with Children

When it comes to children, I think there’s a fine line (which I often can’t see) between using the words we want our children to grow up into, and adopting the words that they use today. We have songs playing in our car (right now it’s Phil Vischer’s What’s in the Bible: the Songs) which use words like Pentateuch and Apostatize, which some adults still can’t define. This article presents some good thoughts on how to see that line.

SSM – What will change? What does it mean? How do we respond?

It’s simpler than you might think.

Jen Wilkin on Women as indispensable to the Church

 

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