Many Christians around the world have given thought to the truth, “Dust you are, and to dust you will return.” Of course, our return to dust is grounded in the expectation that our dust will one day see our Redeemer through resurrected eyes. James Parker ruminates on middle age and expresses some wonderful phrases as …

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The Atlantic is a print and online journal that deals with culture and politics. This article about people having different learning styles (i.e. visual or aural), a proposition that simply entered public consciousness as truth a decade or two ago, has had profound impacts for teachers and communicators. The substance of the article is the …

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An interview by Julie Beck of The Atlantic featuring N.J. Enfield, a professor of linguistics from Sydney, that explains how vocal fillers like ‘um’ are as much a part of spoken communication as other parts of speech. An excerpt: One of the big traffic signals that manages that is these hesitation markers like “um” and …

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