Recommended Reading: November 21-27

381011591_09475cdf20_oHappy Thanksgiving Weekend! If you read one article this week, look at the Conciliar Post Round Table: After Death.

For those of you with additional reading time (perhaps over some delectable leftovers), check out the following suggestions below. As always, if you think there is something else that I should be reading, feel free to let me know in the comments section.

Theology and Religion

Pastor-Theologian: A Different Angle by David Fitch

The Miracle of Squanto’s Path to Plymouth by Eric Metaxas

After Paris: A Christian View on Protecting the Innocent by Mark Tooley

Training Church Leaders in the Digital Age by Michael Bird and Guy Mason

Living in the Real World by Fr. Stephen Freeman

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

“Interactive Diversity” SBL Session by Larry Hurtado

A New Papyrus of the Gospel of John by Tommy Wasserman

A World of Terror Needs the Longer Ending of Mark by Michelle Mikeska

What Really Happened at the Synod by George Weigel

Worldviews and Culture

A National Registry for Adherents of a Certain World Religion? by Roger Olson

How Making Colleges ‘Safe Spaces’ Makes Us All Less Safe by Pamela Paresky

An Evangelical Woman’s Liberation from the Pill by Chelsen Vicari

College Professorships: Conservatives Need Not Apply? by Bruce Frohnen

Political Translations by Thomas Sowell

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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