Tag Archives: bias

I wish I’d thought of that

We often hear, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” That is true in the art world, but it’s also true that it’s who you are or—more specifically—who people think you are. A recent story in the Telegraph confirms that idea. Fifteen years ago, Alexandre Ouairy was just another unknown European living in boomtown […]

Stop falling on your sword

My newsfeed has overflowed with the Red Cup Controversy. What irritated me most about it was how many professing Christians accepted the idea that some Christians—other Christians—had their priorities screwed up. One thing we seem really good at is excoriating the church as a whole for its (perceived) faults. This is, ironically, the very self-righteousness that the Bible cautions […]