Here and There, Week 6 2017
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What kind of people is evangelical Christianity producing? Sharon Hodde Miller defines the urgent need of real prophecy in the church, and what its absence is doing to us.
On a similar note, D.L. Mayfield explores what's helpful about hygge (seeking cozy comfort) and what isn't.
Justin Taylor shares what Peter Kreeft calls "the single most illuminating three sentences I have ever read about our civilisation".
Hidden forms of laziness lurk in working long argues, explains Andrew Wilson.
The world is hardly in need of more polarising debates but Kate Palmer wants to know whether you put tomato ketchup in fridge.
Last weekend's Super Bowl was probably the best ever, you can watch highlights of it on YouTube from the perspective of players and staff who were given microphones.