Out of Ur did a spin off the popular Dos Equis “most interesting man in the world” advertisements putting together a meme for “the most interesting theologian in the world” which resulted in some pretty comical responses, many of which can be see here: ‘Most Interesting Theologians’ Twitter Bonanza.

More things to read:

Emily Badger, A Child in Seattle has a Much Better Chance of Escaping Poverty than a Child in Atlanta (for those who affirm the myth of meritocracy)

Jennifer Ebbeler, ‘Introduction to Ancient Rome,’ the Flipped Version

Kim Fabricius, The Apostle’s Creed for Liberals and The Apostle’s Creed for (mainly American) very conservative/charismatic evangelicals (both very funny)

Tim Gombis, Questioning the Consensus, Part 3 (more on Onesimus-Philemon)

Drew Hart, Explaining Black Pain in Light of the Zimmerman Verdict

Rodney Thomas, White Supremacy Talking Points: The Antiracists are the Real Racists

Pat McCullough, Talking about Race with My Four-Year-Old

Scot McKnight, What American Christianity Looks Like: Theologically

David Williams, Why You Must Be Dying to be a Christian Scholar