Recommended Reading: May 31 – June 6

RainbowBelow are this week’s recommended readings from across the internet. May you find these article interesting and thought-provoking. Cheers, JP

If You Only Read One Article, Read How I Evolved on Gay Marriage by Matthew Schmitz

Theology and Religion

Twenty-Five Myths [About the Christian Faith] by James Emery White

On Chicago’s Muddy Waters by Mike Licona

A Scholar with a Passion for Truth by Timothy George

Does (Visible) Church Unity Really Matter? by Barney Aspray

The Genius of Byzantium: Reflection on a Forgotten Empire by Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

Does the New Testament Quote the Old Testament Out of Context? by Craig Keener

The Date of P66 (P. Bodmer II): Nongbri’s New Argument by Larry Hurtado

Why the Rapture Isn’t Biblical… And Why It Matters by Kurt Willems

Ehrman on Jesus: Amendments by Larry Hurtado

Genesis 1-10 as Ideological Critique by RJS

Worldviews and Culture

Our Collective Hatred of Ignorance by Gracy Olmstead

The history of magazines holding 11 or more rounds by David Kopel

A Teaparty for Everyone by Pete Spiliakos

The Paradox of Expertise by Marc E. Fitch

Liberalism and the Empowerment of Ignorance by Daniel Schwindt

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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