If you read one article this week, consider The Difference a Name Makes by Molly Oshatz.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following selections, gleaned from around the internet 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
Tradition and the Individual Theologian by Peter Leithart
Heresy as Extremism: The Middle Way as the Narrow Way by Drew McIntyre
The Freakishness of Christianity by Emma Green
Beyond the Bible by Douglas B. Skinner
Whatever Happened to the Christian Mind? by Roger Olson
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
“Early High Christology”: Taking Up a Dialogue by Larry Hurtado
Peer-Review, Biblical Studies, and the Web by Christopher Skinner
Diversity and the Emergence of “Orthodoxy” in Early Christianity by Larry Hurtado
Worldviews and Culture
A College Without Classes by Alana Semuels
Justice for All in the Abortion Debate by Scott Sauls
There is No Pro-Life Case for Planned Parenthood by Ross Douthat
Selling the Unborn by The Editors of America Magazine
False Minimum by Nicole Gelinas
Bonus Link #1: July 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival by Lindsay Kennedy
Bonus Link #2: Jim West’s Avignonian Biblical Studies Carnival
3 thoughts on “Recommended Reading: August 1-7”
Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging and commented:
Excellent stuff Jacob!
Thanks for sharing my carnival!
Not a problem Lindsay. Stellar carnival!