If you engage one article this week, look at The Truth of Myth by Bradley Birzer.
For those of you with additional reading time during this busy Spring season, check out the following suggestions below. As always, feel free to point out anything I have missed in the comments section.
Theology and Religion
All I Really Needed to Know I Learned from Evangelicalism by Matthew Milliner
On Intellectual Genealogies by Matthew Schmitz
There’s a Saint for That (A Brief Reflection) by Laura Norris
Pope vs. Paganism by William Doino Jr.
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Texts on Wood and Bark by Peter Head
The Quotable Josephus by Peter Kirby
The Endings of John’s Gospel by Philip Jenkins
Worldviews and Culture
Marriage and Equal Protection by Robert P. George
Is There (Can There Be) A “Christian Philosophy”? by Roger Olson
Avengers: Age of Ultron | Movie Review by John Ehrett
An Article to Myself as a Young Worker by Kara Martin
Race, Politics, and Lies by Thoma Sowell
Bonus Link: Conciliar Post Interview with the Summit Alumni Network
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