If you have to read only one article this week, make it Kyrios Christos: The Lordship of Jesus Christ Today by Michael Bird.
EDITORIAL NOTE: I have been informed that this link is no longer working. It appears to be an issue on Harvard’s end. I’ve contacted Michael Bird (who originally provided the link), so hopefully the issue will be resolved soon.
For those of you with additional reading time on your hands, consider the following selections below, gleaned from around the internet as it rained this week in Saint Louis. As always, if you think there is something else I should be reading or should have included, let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
Purpose and Meaning in Life by Kevin James Bywater
Why We Shouldn’t Exclusively Use the ESV by Jordan Cooper
The Return of Catholic Anti-Modernism by R.R. Reno
If You Give a Gal a Bishopric by R.C. Sproul
An Interview with Serious, Light-Hearted Catholics by Dominic Bouck
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Biblical Studies: A Discipline in Danger? by Larry Hurtado
Responses to “Calvin Killed Servetus” by Denomination (Or, Dealing with Theological Moral Hubris) by Derek Rishmawy
Harnack’s Positive Descriptions of Women Leaders in the NT by Marg Mowczko
Historian’s Fallacies by Philip Jenkins
Don’t Forget Deuteronomy by Eric Livingstone
Worldviews and Culture
Four Ways to Practice Christian Stewardship of the Environment by Laura Norris
Liberal Arts for Conservative Minds by Kyle Peterson
Christians Need to Stop Playing the Self-Flagellation Game by Hans Fiene
The Courage to Be on the Wrong Side of History: Lessons from Burke and Nietzsche by Ryan Shinkel
How to Talk About Science and Faith by RJSS
Bonus Link: Our Culture of Reading and the End of Dialogue by Matthew Lee Anderson
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