Recommended Reading: September 13-19

#WeAreNIf you only read one article this week, engage #WeAreN by Andrew Damick.

If you found that interesting and insightful, check out our other recommendations from this week (and late last week; thus is the life of a PhD student). And as always, if you think there’s something else I should be reading, let me know in the comments section.

Theology and Religion

A Sad Episode by Mark Movsesian

The Eucharist: Its Structure by Lawrence Farley

Big History. Too Big. by Agnes Howard

Book, Film, and Christian Propaganda by Amanda Barber

Jewish Praise of Truett Cathy by Daniel Ross Goodman

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

Did the Disciples of Jesus Keep Notebooks? by Phillip Long

Does Personal Bible Reading Destroy the Church? by Paul Penley

The Codex and Early Christians: Clarification and Corrections by Larry Hurtado

The Words of Jesus and the Criteria of Authenticity by Phillip Long

Theology Through Friendship by Czaderna and Nolan

Worldviews and Culture

The Illusion of Neutrality by Anthony Esolen

The Superversive World of Harry Potter by John C. Wright

From Muhammad to ISIS: Iraq’s Full Story by Tim Urban

Tocqueville in Arabia by Joshua Mitchell

How to Be a Conservative: A Conversation with Roger Scruton by Jonathan Derbyshire

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