If you read one article this week, look at The Dangers of Echo Chambers on Campus by Nicholas Kristof.
For those of you with additionally reading time this weekend, check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world. I will be taking a blogging break the next couple of weeks (though the Scripture in the Apologists series will continue to run), so this will be the last “Recommended Readings” of 2016. Enjoy!
Theology and Religion
The War of Christmas: Be Not Afraid by Jonathan Storment
Sleepers, Wake! by Anthony Esolen
The Failure of American Christianity in Two Pictures by Drew McIntyre
What Living in a Post-Truth Culture Means by Roger Olson
Stop Using “Religion” to Mean Bad Religion by Andrew Stephen Damick
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Five Myths about the Ancient Heresy of Gnosticism by Michael Kruger
Early Christian Roots of Religious Freedom by Larry Hurtado
Sacred Mysteries: Ancient Ethiopian Echoes of Roman Antiquity by Christopher Howse
Worldviews and Culture
Our Own Devices by Joseph Clair
The Perils of Empathy by Paul Bloom
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