If you read one article this weekend, engage Why Should We Read? by Eva Brann.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following selections from below. Think I missed sharing something? Let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
Calling It Genocide by Mark Movsesian
Becoming Child-Like by Sterling Oakley
The Islamic State and Islam by Kevin James Bywater
Sola Scriptura and the Interpretive Paradox by John Ehrett
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Memories of Jesus by Phil Long
Sex Trumps History by Carl Trueman
The Narratives of the Gospels and the Historical Jesus by Chris Keith
Eternal Conscious Torment: The, or One, View? by John Frye
Worldviews and Culture
Let’s Resurrect the Federalist Party by Paul David Miller
Breaking the iPhone Addiction I Didn’t Know I Had by Abram K-J
Voting at a Crossroads by Thomas Sowell
Whom Is Architecture For? by Peter Leithart
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