If you read one article this week, engage In the Beginning, the Gospel by Scot McKnight.
Have more time to read? Check out the selections below, gathered from around the blogging world.
Theology and Religion
Evangelicals, Heresy, and Scripture Alone by Matthew Block
ETS, Heresy, and the Task of Christian Scholarship by Brandon Smith
Interceding for Sodom – The Sins of a Nation by Fr. Stephen Freeman
The Purpose of Doctrine is Not Church Growth by Drew McIntyre
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
September Biblical Studies Carnival via Randy McCracken (See also Jim West’s contra-carnival, including Biblical Studies links from all seven continents)
Why and How Did Jesus-Devotion Erupt? by Larry Hurtado
Five Essentials of Biblical Interpretation: Canon by Ian Paul
An Argument Against Academic Elitism from a Young Academic by Jessica Parks
The Distinctiveness of Early Christianity by Larry Hurtado
Worldviews and Culture
On Church and State and Our Current Politics by James Howell
The Politics of Vulnerability by R.R. Reno
The Modern Roots of Pagan Halloween by Beth Allison Barr
The Evangelical Case Against the Candidacy of Trump by Joe Terrell
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