If you read one article this week, engage When We Cared by Filip Marurczak.
If you have more time for reading this weekend, check out the following suggestions from around the internet. As always, these links are categorized into three sections: “Theology and Religion”, “Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity”, and “Worldviews and Culture.” And if you think there is anything else I should be reading, please let me know in the comments.
Theology and Religion
The Social Acceptable Sin by Jason Todd
Old School Evangelism by Chris Smith
Access to the Bible by Gene Veith
Please Don’t Pretend to Be a Theologian When You Aren’t by Esteban Vazquez
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
What Kind of Life are the Canonical Gospels? by Justin Marc Tucker
The Middle Path by Hunter Sharpless
Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture by RJS
Teach Us to Pray by Peter Leithart
Worldviews and Culture
The Hysterical Hate for Ryan T. Anderson by Rod Dreher
On Liberal Indeterminacy and Its Mighty March to Somewhere by Ryan Shinkel
Basing Faculty Decisions on Test Scores or Student Evaluations in Absurd by Jim West
Sir Martin Gilbert: Historian of Hope by William Doino Jr.
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