If you read one article this weekend, engage Facing the Unborn by Richard Stith.
For those of you with additional reading this weekend, check out the selections below, gleaned as always from around the blogging world. Think I missed something good from this past week? Feel free to let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
The Truth about Liberalism and Fundamentalism by Jim West
Overcoming the Tyranny of History by Stephen Freeman
Challenging the Culture of Quarrelsome “Discernment” Blogging by E. Stephen Burnett
Are Miracles Possible? The Ubiquity of the Miraculous by Craig Keener
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Is Adam Solely Responsible for the First Sin? by Marg Mowczko
The Prophets Spoke but We Read Their Books by Scot McKnight
Psalm 37: The Wise Will Wait Upon the Lord by Phil Long
Is It a Waste of Time for Seminary Students (and Pastors) to Learn the Biblical Languages? by Michael Kruger
Free to Be We by Jonathan Storment
Worldviews and Culture
Reflections on Planned Parenthood and Cecil the Lion by Wesley J. Smith
Jon Stewart, Patron Saint of Liberal Smugness by Gerard Alexander
“Shut Up, Bigot!” The Intolerance of Tolerance by Ben Crenshaw
Myth of American Religious Freedom by Peter Leithart
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