If you read one article this week, engage Not Just Another Culture War Story by Dominic Bouck.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the selections below from around the internet. As always, if there is anything else that I should be reading, feel free to let me know in the comments below.
Theology and Religion
In Polls We Trust by Robert Wuthnow
Schaeffer: Excluding SSA Christians from Church Life is “Cruel and Wrong” by Jake Meador
What Churches Can Expect from the World by Gene Veith
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Early High Christology: A Paradigm Shift? New Perspective? by Larry Hurtado
Conjecturing the Initial Text Where the Original is Extant by Peter J. Gurry
The History Jesus versus The Remembered Jesus by Daniel Gullotta
Five Verses That Don’t Mean What You Think by Preston Sprinkle
Worldviews and Culture
What Clarence Thomas Meant by Wesley Hill
A Campaign That Is Lost Every Day by Pete Spiliakos
Chicago ‘Theological Seminary”? Nope. by Jim West
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Thank you Vincent!
You’re welcome Jacob!