Elsewhere in week 16

They're testing the Edinburgh trams so much it almost doesn't seem weird. Almost.

How big is the sun? Massive, as this image from NASA shows.

If your Facebook news feed annoys you, then you'll agree with Ellis Hamburger.

Although I criticised ciriticisms recently, Tim Stanley's critique of Rev is worth reading for the force of this line alone: "We think we are so civilised here in the West, but by Christ’s standards we are savages."

To walk us through Easter Week, Desiring God is publishing a reflection on what happened each day, and Tim Montgomerie has created a photostream of artworks that do a similar thing.

What does a thoughtful non-Christian make of Easter? Jonathan Rowson gives his answer.

Finally, Glen Scrivener's Easter poem: