Recommended Reading: August 22-28

5412402719_dd480f8ca2_oIf you read one article this week, look at Catacomb Time? by George Weigel.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions from around the blogging world. And–as always–if you think there is something else I should have included on this list, let me know in the comments section below.

Theology and Religion

On the Virtue of Changing Your Mind by Christopher Skinner

Is Suffering Still the Greatest Objection to Christianity? by Barney Aspray

Will Seminaries Become the Last Bastion for Religious Education? by Anthony LeDonne

Can a Pastor Baptize and Infant and Remain Baptist? by Roger Olson

Four Ways to Practice Sabbath Keeping by Abram K-J

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

“Did God Kill Jesus” by Tony Jones — A Review by Michael Bird

The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife: A Call for Closure by Andrew Bernhard

The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife–The Saga Continues by Christian Askeland

Early Christianity on the Sexual Abuse of Children by Larry Hurtado

Richard Baukham Responds at the Jesus Blog

Worldviews and Culture

The Cessation of Planned Parenthood by Owen Strachan

Politicians and the Common Folk by Mark Bauerlein

Christians and “Black Lives Matter” by Derryck Green

Sorting the Candidates by Thomas Sowell

How Can Christian Academia Be Christian? by Kevin Greenlee

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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