If you read one article this week, check out Lecture Me. Really. by Molly Worthen.
For those of you with additional reading time today, check out the following selections below, gleaned from around the internet. As always, if you think there is something else I should be reading, let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
Should a Christian Ever Act As If God Does Not Exist? by Roger Olson
Re-Styling Tradition by Gregory Bucher
Country Club Catholicism by Matthew Schmitz
Eight Reasons the Worship Industry Is Killing Worship by Jonathan Aigner
Finding the Body of Christ in All These Other Bodie by Russell Saltzmann
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Why Say the Creeds? by Michael Bird
What Is the Earliest Complete List of the Canon of the New Testament? by Michael Kruger
Interviews with Text-Critical Scholars by Daniel Wallace
Urban Christianity in Rome by Phil Long
What the Earliest Non-Biblical Authors Say About Jesus by J. W. Wallace
Worldviews and Culture
Donald Trump and the Coming Christian Political Realignment by Thomas Kidd
Conservative Credo by Barbara Elliot
Because I Am a Christian, I Support the Right to Bear Arms by John Mark Reynolds
Embracing the Literature We Love to Pretend We’ve Read by Nate Claiborne
Free Market in a Welfare State by Gene Veith
Bonus Link: Managing the Conversation on Faith via Patheos Channel Editors
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