Week 40: discipline, stupidity, violence, craziness
Autumn suddenly arrived.
David Brooks notes the importance of discipline in creativity.
James Fraser's life is worth studying if you're a Christian wanting to make a difference. Phil Moore draws out some lessons from it (parts 2, 3, 4, 5).
Kevin DeYoung thinks that reading the news makes us stupid.
If you're tired of Tyldsley and Townsend, and maddened by Motty and Mowbray, you'll agree with David Stubbs.
Is religion to blame for war? John Gray reviews Karen Armstrong's answer.
After last week's video of Scotland's beauty. Here's nutcase riding over some of it with a bike. Incredible...