Recommended Readings: December 6-12

ferguson-michael-brown-photos-ftr-300x187If you only read one thing this week, check out Reimagining Race: Ferguson in the Shadow of Advent by Stephen Turley

If you’re not busily working on final projects, preparing for exams, or writing final papers like *cough cough* some of us, check out the other suggestions below. As always, if you think there’s something else I should be reading, feel free to let me know in the comments.

Theology and Religion

Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Social Injustice are Gospel Issues by Matt Emerson

Torture? by Mark Tooley

Time to Challenge No-Fault Divorce by Farr and Towers

Seven Things Christian’s Should Know About Torture by Joe Carter

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

Mark and the Emergence of Early Christian “Book Culture” by Larry Hurtado

Are There Really “Different Ways” of Interpreting the Bible? by Barney

Lexical Fallacies by Linguists by Daniel B. Wallace

Calculating Christmas by William Tighe

Sexism and NT Scholarship by Helen Bond

Worldviews and Culture

What the Numbers Say on Police Use of Force by Steven Malanga

The Good-Enough Marriage by Mark Regnerus

Is Law Optional? by Thomas Sowell

The New College Counterculture by Ryan Shinkel

Protesting for Disruptions Sake by Wesley Smith

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