If you only read article this week, engage the Round Table on Communion over at Conciliar Post (especially the comments).
If you’ve got more time to read (or, like me, think you’ve got more time to read), check out some of the other recommended readings from this past week. And, as always, if you think there’s something else I should have read this week, let me know in the comments section. 10-4.
Theology and Religion
Advice for Grad Students by Nathaniel Peters
Advice for the Dismal Academic Job Market by Thomas Kidd
Protestantism in the Desert by Matthew Milliner
Muslim Scholars vs. ISIS by Ayman S. Ibrahim
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
There Is No “Bible” in the Bible by Stephen Freeman
The Politics of Bible Translation by Scot McKnight
Review: Guidebook for Getting a PhD in Biblical Studies and Beyond (Gupta) by Michael K. W. Suh
Jesus and ‘Nationalism’ by James Crossley
Worldviews and Culture
Christ and Consumer Culture: The Market’s Moral Morass by George Aldhizer
Random Thoughts by Thomas Sowell
Wanted: A Synod of Affirmation by George Weigel