If you read two articles this week, look at A Random Musing on an Inapplicable Moment in History by Chris T. Casberg and Rod Dreher’s summary and commentary on Russell Moore’s First Things Erasmus Lecture, The Religious Right: A Eulogy.
For those of you with additional reading time this late-October weekend, check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world. Happy Reading!
Theology and Religion
Why Does Your Church Worship as it Does? by Michelle VanLoon
The Insufficiency of Spontaneous Prayer by Mike Landsman
Twelve Lies American Evangelicals Believe by Tyler O’Neil
Squirrel Life by Johanna Byrkett
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
The Value of Knowing the Bible’s Transmission History via Peter Gurry
A “Law-Free” Apostle Paul? by Larry Hurtado
Why Does “All Creation Groan” in Romans 8:19-22? by Phil Long
The Myth of the ‘Ignorant Fishermen’ by Jim West
Reformed and Always Reforming by Chris Gehrz
Worldviews and Culture
The Conservative Intellectual Crisis by David Brooks
When Christians Should Not Vote by Luke Townsend
Our Age of Anxiety: Surviving the Political Realignment by Gleaves Whitney
The Crisis of the Conservative Intellectual by Matthew Continetti
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