If you read one article this week, engage the Conciliar Post Round Table on Christian Self-Defense and Lethal Force.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gleaned from around the blogging world. Think I missed linking an important article? Let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
48 Scattered Thoughts about Pastoral Ministry by Scott Slayton
The Summoned Subject by Barney Aspray
C.S. Lewis on the Preference for Old Books by Drew McIntyre
Your Bad Ecclesiology Is Hurting Us by Mark Collins
On Faith and Scholarship by Beverly Roberts Gaventa
A Monastic Vice for the Internet Age by Luis Pinto de Sa
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Answering Bart Ehrman on How Jesus Got Adopted by Michael Bird
The Brothers of Jesus: A Fresh Look at the Evidence by Anthony Le Donne
Pliny’s Letter about Christians by Larry Hurtado
Aquinas on Greek and Latin Trinitarianisms by Luke Stamps
The Christian History of “Pagan” Easter by Beth Allison Barr
Worldviews and Culture
Against Donald Trump: Why Evangelicals Must Not Vote for Donald Trump by Matthew Lee Anderson
Scalia Made the Weather by John O. McGinnis
To My Daughter: Be Like Rey by Chris Casberg
Random Thoughts by Thomas Sowell
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