If you read one article this week, engage The Politics of Bible Translations by Scot McKnight.
For those of you with additional reading time this fine spring morning, check out the following suggestions. Happy reading!
Theology and Religion
How the Church Can Help Victims by Terri Fullerton
What Baseball Can Learn from Religion by Jacob Lupfer
Is Doubt a Good Thing? by Benjamin Winter
Four Aspects of Developing Key Leaders by Ed Stetzer
Round Table: Can We Be Certain of Our Salvation? via Conciliar Post
Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity
Canonical Parameters for Talking about the Cry of Dereliction by Matt Emerson
Why Does Michaelangelo’s Moses Look Like That? by John Meade
Did Paul Ever Try to Convert Jews? by Michael Bird
Worldviews and Culture
Christian Scholars, Consider Your Vocation by Tavis Bohlinger
The Slow and Steady Shrinkage of the Humanities by Mark Bauerlein
Writing: Not On the Side by Scot McKnight
What Can’t Be Debated on Campus by Amy Wax
Creation’s Revelation and the Hope for Discovery by J.D. Canclini
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