Recommended Reading: March 4

ash-wednesdayIf you read one article this week, look at Ashes-to-Go For One: Rethinking Liturgical Individualism by Drew McIntyre.

For those of you with additional reading time this March weekend (March weekend?!? How is it March already?), check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world. I’m not sure this is fully appropriate now that it’s Lent, but happy reading!

Theology and Religion

Faith, Understanding by John Mark Reynolds

Theology, Church History, and Guarding the Good Deposit by Brandon Smith

I Wish Christians Would Argue More by Trevin Wax

Free Our Churches from the Ugly and Stupid by Anthony Esolen

Tim Keller’s Leaving Redeemer Presbyterian: 5 Lessons for Christian Leaders by Krish Kandiah

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

Saul and the Restoration of Israel by Matt Emerson

Adam was created first, and that means… by Marg Mowczko

Where is John the Baptist’s Head? by John Turner

A New Bible Translation by Gene Veith

The Story of Those Little Communion Cups, Whatever Those Are Technically Called by Luke Harrington

Worldviews and Culture

It’s Culture, Stupid by Scot McKnight

Redemption of the Erotic by Charles Chaput

On the Timelessness of Tradition by Eva Brann

Robert George’s Conservatism in the Age of Trump by Alexandra Wolfe

Published by Jacob J. Prahlow

Christ-Follower. Married to Hayley. Father of Bree. PhD student in Historical Theology at Saint Louis University (19). Love Reading, Thinking, and Blogging.

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