If you read one article this week, look at Why Millennial College Students Should Study Theology by John Ehrett.
For those of you with extra reading this fine winter day, check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world these past few weeks. Think I missed sharing an important article? Let me know in the comments section below.
Theology and Religion
The Bleeding of the Evangelical Church by David Wells
The Erasure of Islam from the Poetry of Rumi by Rozina Ali
Evangelicals should be concerned about Trump’s attempts to mainstream heresy by Michael Horton
Tim Keller Under the Eye by Scot McKnight
Evangelical Culture and the Death of Evangelical Worship by Jonathan Aigner
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
If Richard Dawkins is Right by Bernard Howard
Studying Islam as a Christian Historian by Amy Poppinga
Were there women elders in NT churches? by Marg Mowczko
An Introduction to the Reformed Doctrine of Two Kingdoms by Eric Hutchinson
Agree and Disagree by Scot McKnight
Worldviews and Culture
Rogue One and the Return of Reverence by Marc Barnes
Weren’t the Polls Wrong? by Daniel Woodworth
Star Wars Are Hell by Sean Fennessey
The John the Baptist of Post-Truth Politics by Pete Spiliakos
Special Section: Biblical Studies Carnivals
Biblical Studies Carnival December 2016 by Jennifer Guo
The Biblioblogging Community Has Disintegrated by Jim West
3 thoughts on “Recommended Reading: January 14”
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Thanks for including my recent article, Jacob.
(By the way, there’s a typo in the title. It should be “Were . . .”)
Thanks Marg! That’s what I get for typing with one hand while holding Bree in the other. 😉 JJP