Recommended Reading: September 6-12

If you only read one article this week, read America Under Cultural Dhimmitude by Rod Dreher There are lots of other article worth your read as well, broadly categorized below. Hopefully you find them stimulating for your thinking. And as always, if there’s something you think I should be reading, please let me know inContinue reading “Recommended Reading: September 6-12”

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Recommended Reading: August 30 – September 5

If you read only one article this week, read Marriage and Mating Rites by Karen Swallow Prior. If you’ve got time for a bit more reading, check out the suggested reading links below, which I found to be informative, insightful, and challenging while perusing the internet this week. Theology and Religion Round Table: Christian WarfareContinue reading “Recommended Reading: August 30 – September 5”

Recommended Reading: August 23-29

If you only read one article this week, check out R. R. Reno’s thoughts on Ferguson, Missouri. I know you’ve probably read lots about Ferguson in the past few weeks, but the overall trajectory of this article is worth your contemplation. If you’re interested in reading some other thought-provoking articles, visit the suggested links below.Continue reading “Recommended Reading: August 23-29”

Recommended Reading: August 16-22

If you only read one article from this week, look at Jonathan Storment’s Every Now and Then, A Disciple Break Out, about the faith and actions of Dr. Kent Brantly, he of Ebola fame. There are lots of other interested article which have been circulating the internet this week which are worth reading as well.Continue reading “Recommended Reading: August 16-22”

Recommended Reading: August 9-15

Below are this week’s recommended readings from around the internet. We moved this week from Winston-Salem (NC) to Saint Louis (MO) – there will be more on that later – so I apologize for the relative lack of suggestions. Things should return to normal this coming week. As always, if there are any blogs thatContinue reading “Recommended Reading: August 9-15”

Recommended Reading: August 2-8

Below are this week’s suggested readings from around the internet. If you think there’s a blog I need to be reading, please let me know in the comments section below. As always, I hope you find these suggestions thought-provoking. Cheers, JP If You Only Read One Article, Read Advice to Young Scholars by Robert P.Continue reading “Recommended Reading: August 2-8”

Recommended Reading: July 26 – August 1

Below are this week’s collection of recommended blog posts from across the internet. As always, feel free to suggest other things I should be reading in the comments section below. May these links be as thought-provoking for you as they were for me. Cheers, JP Theology and Religion We have all seen (or been aContinue reading “Recommended Reading: July 26 – August 1”

Recommended Reading: July 19-25

Below are this week’s recommended blog posts from across the internet. If you think there’s a blog I need to be reading, please let me know in the comments section. As always, I hope you find these suggestions thought-provoking. Cheers, JP If You Only Read One Article, Read A Line Crossed in the Middle EastContinue reading “Recommended Reading: July 19-25”

Recommended Reading: July 12-18

Below are this week’s recommended blog posts from across the internet. As always, I hope that you find them interesting, informative, and thought-provoking. Best, JP If You Only Read One Article, Read A Proposal to Schedule Thought by Gregory Pine Theology and Religion Suffering and Death | A Christian Perspective by Ben Cabe Stanley HauerwasContinue reading “Recommended Reading: July 12-18”

Recommended Reading: July 5 – 11

Below are this week’s suggested blog posts from across the internet. As always, I hope you find them interesting and enlightening. Cheers, JP If You Only Read One Article, Read A Bit of Religion Can Be Bad for Marriage by Charles Stokes, Amber Lapp, and David Lapp Theology and Religion The Future of Christians inContinue reading “Recommended Reading: July 5 – 11”