Recommended Reading: May 3-9

o-PINT-GLASS-BEER-facebookAt the end of every week several recommended blog posts from around the internet will be posted at Pursuing Veritas. This links are designed to stimulate reflection and discussion. There will be an “If You Only Read One” suggestion, as well as five links each for the categories of “Theology and Religion”, “Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity”, and “Worldviews and Culture.” Below are this week’s recommended links.

If You Only Read One Article, Read Just Getting a Drink by Douglas Wilson

Theology and Religion

Convergence and Classical Protestantism by Peter Leithart

Thoughts on “The Future of Protestantism” by Matt Emerson

How Fundamentalism Retreats by Peter Leithart

Why Neil deGrasse Tyson is a philistine by Damon Linker

 A Crash Course in Q by John Murdock

Biblical Studies and Church History

Jesus’ Wife: What’s the Story Now? by Larry Hurtado

Breaking News on the First Century (?) Fragment of Mark by Steve Carroll

When God Spoke Greek… Did We Forget Who God Was? by Mike Skinner

Who Are the Heretics and Why Do They Matter? by Jeremy Bouma

Mark’s Ending by Philip Jenkins  and Does Mark Have a Lost Ending? by Michael Kok

Worldviews and Culture

Extreme Poverty is Declining – Why Haven’t You Heard About It? by Hugh Whelchel

Academic Writing as Infestation and Plague by Bradley Birzer

Why Aren’t Evangelicals Talking About Natural Family Planning? by Chelsen Vicari

The Unburied Truth about Jim Jones by A. J. Delgado

Moral Bankruptcy by Thomas Sowell


Published by Jacob J. Prahlow

Husband of Hayley. Dad of Bree and Judah. Lead pastor at Arise Church. MATS from Saint Louis University, MA from Wake Forest University, BA from Valparaiso University. Theologian and writer here and at Conciliar Post. Find me on social at @pastorjakestl

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