A long list this week, but I just couldn’t cut in down any further. So settle in for some hardcore clicking, reading, and thinking. Here’s the best (and worst) of the week.
Best Question. “The Cross and the Swoosh” by Paul Louis Metzger at Patheos.com.
Best Commentary. “To Advance Education, We Must First Reimagine Society” by Luba Vangelova at Mind/Shift.
Best April Fools Post. “2014 April Fools Mock Draft” by Walter Cherepinsky at Walter Football.
Scariest. “Alexander Dugin: The Crazy Ideologue of the New Russian Empire” by Oleg Shynkerenko at The Daily Beast.
Best List. “9 Ways You Can Help Your Stay At Home Husband” by Chris Bernholdt at Dad N Charge.
Best Special Needs Post. “A Dad’s Role and Parental Compassion” by Jared Buckley at Not Alone.
Worst Case of Sour Grapes. “Parting With DeSean Jackson, the Eagles Added a Kick” by William C. Rhoden in The New York Times.
Best (and Funniest) Parenting Post. “25 Things You Should Know About Life With a Toddler” by Chuck Wendig at terribleminds.
Best Advice. “The Perfect Workspace (According to Science)” by Christian Jarrett at 99U.
Most Thought Provoking. “On Discussing Homosexuality in the Church: I Just Want to Talk for a While” by Tyler J. Franke.
Most Heartbreaking. “Ten Thousand Kids” by Nish Weiseth.
Most Hopeful. “St. Elias rises from the flames: Amid tears and laughter, Ukrainian congregation vows to rebuild” by Marco Chown Oved in The Toronto Star.
Best Video. “Product Testing: Ronco Rotisserie Oven” by Glove and Boots (via YouTube).
“SET IT, AND …” ah, forget it.