Recommended Readings: March 28-April 3

julius_schnorr_von_carolsfeld_-_the_wedding_feast_at_cana_-_wga21013If you read one article this week, engage An Open Letter to Christian Bakers in Indiana by Russell Johnson.

For those of you with more time, check out the rest of this week’s suggested readings from around the internet. As always, if there is something else I should be reading, let me know in the comments section below.

Theology and Religion

If the Dead Are Not Raised… by David Watson

In Defense of the Paper Bible [Against Phone-Using Heretics] by George Aldhizer

A Time for Testing by R.R. Reno

Round Table: Resurrection by Conciliar Post

Consider Preaching the Psalms at Easter by Michael Bird

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

The “Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” Is a Forgery by James Snapp Jr.

Mysteries about “Mysteries of the Bible–Jesus” by Larry Hurtado

Three Reasons Human Jesus is Important by Jared Byas

Five Books Every Bible Geek Needs on the Death of Jesus by Daniel Gullotta

Did God Forsake Jesus on the Cross? by Chris Keith

Worldviews and Culture

A Manifesto for Liberal Education by Eva Brann

How Our Botched Understanding of ‘Science’ Ruins Everything by Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry

The Repeating of Christian History by Shannon Holzer

Who Trashes Liberal Arts? by Thomas Sowell

When Opposing Laws Like Indiana’s Costs Lives by R.R. Reno


Bonus Link: Top 50 Biblioblogs: Spring 2015 Report by Peter Kirby

Bonus Link 2.0: Biblical Studies Carnival–March 2015 by Phil Long


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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