I’ve written here about New Testament scholar N.T. Wright and his most recent book, The Day the Revolution Began. The book was published recently and is now being made available in an online course format.
It’s hard to believe American teenagers could be arrested for delivering a prayer, but that’s the kind of nation we live in – a nation that was fundamentally transformed by the previous presidential administration.
"Slangry" is the new "hangry." Forget feeling "hangry." There may be another monster that's causing your next-level irritability: Exhaustion. According to a new small study, a lack of sleep may alter ability
It's sometimes said that eating a lot of bananas at once could be dangerous - it has even been suggested that eating more than six in one sitting could kill you. Can this really be true? Bananas are one
Kim Davis, the clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, returns to her post soon, after spending five nights in jail and then a few more days recovering at home. A Pentecostal Christian, Davis says “God’s authority”
The viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: Even if we touch a doorknob or keyboard that's covered in cold germs from an infected person, we don't always catch the cold.
LOS ANGELES — Jake Arrieta’s solidification came loud, clear and dominant. No-hitters tend to do that. But when they do it for an ace on the rise who's on a team thinking about the World Series, they so
Tracey Torres has cooked in some of the best kitchens in the world. Now she shares trade secrets on how to plate food like a pro. Take a trip to Daniel or Eleven Madison Park, and you won’t just be blown
With more than 700 creations, Adrian Fisher is the world's most prolific maze designer. He explains what goes into those twists and turns – and why we love feeling so confused. In the 36 years that Adrian
The chances of California returning to normal water conditions is like a snowball’s chance in, well, California. The picture is not a good one. River beds are dry, farms are parched and boats sit idle
Never go to bed hungry again. Go ahead and give in to that pre-bedtime snack craving. Science has shown that proper diet and sleep quality go hand in hand, but hitting the hay with a satisfied stomach
How would you design the ideal workspace for a fast-growing company? BlackLine, a seven-time Inc. 5000 honoree whose software automates financial-closing processes, is currently facing and embracing this
If you want to build a culture of high performance, start by taking a look at your office environment. It matters more than you may realize. As co-CEO of the design and architectural firm Gensler, I’ve
Many business leaders firmly believe compassion has no place in the business world. While some managers fear showing too much kindness could be perceived as weakness, others think pressure—not compassion—is
Does workplace design boost performance, or is it another passing trend for companies who are grasping at straws in their ongoing quest to be “cool”, innovative or enticing in their efforts for attracting
Bill Gentry is a first-time manager. He also is a researcher who has studied the difficulties people new to management face, and through his work at the Center for Creative Leadership, has trained new