Recommended Reading: July 16

If you read one article this week, engage Letter to an Aspiring Theologian by Kevin Vanhoozer.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gathered from around the interwebs. Happy reading!

Theology and Churchworld

As Churches Close a Way of Life Fades by Jean Hopfensperger

Willow: Why the Women Went Public by Scot McKnight

Jesus is Lord. Period. by Ted Olsen

Round Table: Euthanasia via Conciliar Post

Tim Keller’s Witness at the Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast by John Stevens

Biblical Studies and the History of Christianity

Evangelicals and Historical Theology by Matt Emerson

Biblical Studies Carnival 149 via Phil Long

Five Books to Help You Understand the Bible Better by Michael Bird

How Irish Monks Saved the World (from the Dark Side) by Philip Kosloski

Introduction to the Psalms of Solomon by Phil Long

Worldviews and Culture

Common Prayer, or Predictable Politics? by Carl Trueman

Pale Blue Dot: What’s the Point of It All? by Zat Rana

Loving Flawed Family Members by Richard Russo

Five Insights on Patriotism from an Anti-Nazi Hero by David Mills

Overturning Roe v. Wade by R.R. Reno

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2 thoughts on “Recommended Reading: July 16

  1. Pingback: Biblical Studies Carnival 149 Has Come to Town! – Karen R. Keen

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