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Uncovering the truth
LYT conferences, apocalypse now and a Notion template.
Welcome new subscribers to the Biblically Connected newsletter: a newsletter about using analogue and digital tools (especially obsidian) for bible study (as well as some interesting links from the week).
Watch The Linking Your Thinking Conference
Nick Milo’s Linking Your Thinking cohort helped me develop my approach to note taking and knowledge management. He held a conference recently and now you can watch all the replays.
This Is the Southern Baptist Apocalypse - Christianity Today
We were told they wanted to conserve the old time religion. What they wanted was to conquer their enemies and to make stained-glass windows honoring themselves—no matter who was hurt along the way.
Apocalypse comes from Greek meaning to uncover or reveal. Russel Moore’s choice of title feels doubly apt from that point of view. I pray for true justice for the victims and reform of the SBC.
The Lord humbles the proud…
It’s interesting how Andrew focused on how dangerous our highs can be. When I first read these verses I focused on Jesus comforting Peter after his failure. As it says in Proverbs 3:34
He mocks proud mockers
but shows favor to the humble and oppressed
Notion Academic Research Hub Review
I’ve been exploring Notion more again and refining how I use obsidian and Notion together for my Bible study notes and organization. In this video I explored a notion template Andy_notion put together to see what I could steal from it.
Ghost, a blogging platform, has announced an update to version 5 including some new features like multiple newsletters.
I’ve long admired ghost and backed its initial Kickstarter. Perhaps it’s time to investigate it more.
That’s all for this week.
I hope you enjoyed this different style.
I’m going on holiday so I’m not sure I’ll share anything next week.