Recommended Reading: July 25-31

Grand Central Station in MotionIf you read one article this week, engage Witness by Peter Leithart.

If you have more reading this weekend, check out the following selections below from around the blogosphere. As always, if there is anything else that you think I should be reading, feel free to let me know in the comments section below.

Theology and Religion

“That Hideous Strength” Is Evangelicalism’s Text for the Future by Jake Meador

Is It True that the World Will Be Saved by Beauty? by Jimmy Myers

Horizontal and Vertical Churches: Where’s the Balance? by Roger Olson

Begotten of the Father by Fr. Stephen Freeman

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

“Early Christianity”: A Plea and a Modest Programme Proposal by Larry Hurtado

Jesus, Ebionites, and Jewish-Christians by Philip Jenkins

What Do We Mean When We Say the Bible is “Self-Authenticating”? by Michael Kruger

Do Online Resources Belong in Academic Footnotes? by Christopher Skinner (See especially discussion in the comments section)

Critical Questions for the Early High Christology Club by Michael Kok

Worldviews and Culture

The Coming Age of Gibberish by Carl Trueman

The Risk (and the Art) of Creating Friendships by Emily Carde

What Happens When Your Worldview is Built Upon a Free Lunch? by Ben Woodfinden

Trafficking Flourishes in the Shadows of Adult Entertainment by Brandon McGinley

Documented Irresponsibility by Thomas Sowell


Bonus Link: The Evolution of Blogs and the Future of Mere Orthodoxy by Jake Meador

Published by Jacob J. Prahlow

Christ-Follower. Married to Hayley. Father of Bree. PhD student in Historical Theology at Saint Louis University (19). Love Reading, Thinking, and Blogging.

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