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Friday, October 23, 2015

How friendships change in adulthood

Religion and science
Pew Research Center: Highly religious Americans are less likely than others to see conflict between faith and science.

Calling all mystics: Clergy psychedelic study aims to awaken spiritual experiences
Religion News Service: Researchers investigating beneficial new uses for psychedelic drugs have set their sights on what may seem an unlikely group of volunteer subjects -- your local priest, minister or rabbi.

Are smartphones making Christianity too convenient?
Christianity Today's Her.meneutics: Innovation has come through again and again on its promise to make our lives more efficient. But with our high-tech expectations, has convenience become an idol?

How friendships change in adulthood
The Atlantic: The voluntary nature of friendship makes it subject to life’s whims in a way more formal relationships aren’t. In adulthood, as people grow up and go away, friendships are the relationships most likely to take a hit.

Don’t believe the hype about finding ‘one cool trick’ to productivity
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Vitae: Except believe this one: Limit the number of things you have “in flight” at any given moment.

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