If you read one article this weekend, engage God Become Baby by Peter Leithart.
For those of you with additional reading time amid this busy finals and Advent season, check out the following selections below. Think I missed linking an important article? Let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
Is There a Crisis in Conservative American Protestantism? by Carl Trueman
Exegesis or Early Christianity? by Brian Davidson
Africa, the Prosperity Gospel, and the Problem of Unguarded Churches by Ken Mbugua
On Prayer Shaming by Jake Meador
A Murderous Spirit is a Manifestation of Satan by Jim West
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
How Many Variants Are There in the Greek New Testament? by Peter Gurry
Paul and Apocalyptic: Two Ages? by Phil Long
A New Study of P.Oxy 1228 [P22] by Larry Hurtado
NT Wright vs Apocalyptic Theology: How Adams Goes Wrong about Wright by Scot McKnight
The Embarrassing and Alluring Biblical Giant by Brian Doak
Worldviews and Culture
Is Donald Trump Right About Closing the Border to Muslims? by Russell Moore
Star Wars and the Immanence of Myth by John Ehrett
Virtue Matters: The Decline of the Secular University by Stephen Turley
2 thoughts on “Recommended Reading: December 5-11”
Thanks for recommending Davidson’s article over on the Center for Ancient Christian Studies blog!
You’re most welcome Brian. I enjoyed the article!