If you engage one article this week, read The Positive Vocation of Celibacy: An Interview with Dr. Wesley Hill by George Aldhizer.
If you have more time to read this weekend, check out the suggestions below, gleaned from around the internet over the course of this past week. As always, if you think there is something else I should be reading, feel free to let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
Christian Ethics, Evangelicals, and Functional Marcionism by Jake Meador
Apocrypha Now! The Wisdom of Solomon in the Age of Ultron by Christopher Casberg
Calling for Total Transparency in Churches by Roger Olson
How I Journeyed from Doubt to Faith by David Inczauskis
Celebrity Christianity Must Die by John Mark Reynolds
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Genesis: History, Fiction, or Neither? by Nijay Gupta
What Kind of Biblical Scholar Am I? by Karen Keen
On Scripture and Tradition by Thomas Albert Howard
Do Christians Have to Keep Torah? The Cases of Matthew and Luke-Acts by Isaac Oliver
Series: Irenaeus on the Trinity by Ben Witherington (Part II) (Part III) (Part IV) (Part V) (Part VI)
Worldviews and Culture
Tales of Two Social Scientists by Matthew Franck
C.S. Lewis: Imaginative Conservative by Bradley Birzer
Pro-Life: The Right Side of History by Justin Bass
In Irish Catholicism, It Seems, God Can be Outvoted by Matthew Paris
One thought on “Recommended Reading: May 23-29”
Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging.