Happy New Year dear readers! If you read one article this weekend, engage Christmas in the Middle of Something by Abrahm K-J.
For those of you with additional reading time during this busy season, check out the following selections below, gathered from around the interwebs over the past two weeks. As always, feel free to let me know if you think I’ve missed something worth reading via the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
An Important Conversation – How Should We Think About the Bible As History? by Fr. Stephen Freeman
Deliver Us From Innocence by Mark Bauerlein
Christology, Mythology, and Star Wars by Joseph Rossell
What the Popes Don’t Say About Islam by David Mills
First Buds of the Church by Timothy George
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Can Hobby Lobby Buy the Bible? by Joel Baden and Candida Moss
The Christmas Story Through the Centuries by Peter Gurry
What Did Jesus Really Look Like? by Joan Taylor?
Allegory and the Church Fathers by Benjamin Winter
The Ghosts of Stonehenge by Philip Jenkins
Worldviews and Culture
Thinking Scientifically by RJS
In Defense of the Old Republic: Reclaiming the Common Good by Benjamin Smith
The Inklings – Providing Hope Against a Culture of Despair by James Heiser
Christmas and Western Civilization by Carson Holloway
On the Chestertonianism of Star Wars by Jake Meador
Bonus Link #1: 23 Biblical Studies Twitter Accounts NOT to Follow by Phil Long
Bonus Link #2: Christmas Traditions Round Table via Conciliar Post
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