Your Weekend Worldview Reader

Want to take your small groups through a survey of the Christian worldview? Check out the four-part video study based on my new book Christ or Chaos. It’s like a worldview analysis crash course. You can download it for personal use or for small group study here. The kit includes nearly two hours of teaching, an outline of the material covered, discussion questions, and more.

Here’s your weekend worldview reader with links to articles, essays, reviews, and videos that I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview perspective. Any work that I point to is not an endorsement, but rather an invitation for you to think deeply about your faith and the world around you.



⊕  April Fools’: Happy Birthday Big Bang

⊕  Bill Nye’s Naive View of Philosophy

⊕  The Wake of Rationalism

⊕  Why Mere Christianity Won’t Go Out of Style (Posted at the Gospel Coalition)


⊕  Aslan’s Song of Stewardship, Letters to the Exiles (Joseph Sunde)

⊕  Obedience Without Answers, Desiring God (Betsy Childs Howard)

⊕  For the Person Struggling with Doubt, Unlocking the Bible (Colin Smith)

⊕  Resurrection and the Senses: In Defence of Thomas, Oliver O’Donovan (Religion and Ethics)

⊕  The enormous power of the unconscious brain, BBC (Chris Baraniuk)

⊕  Martin Luther on Vocation and Serving Our Neighbors, Acton Institute (Gene Edward Veith)

⊕  15 Pieces of Writing Advice from C.S. Lewis, Gospel Coalition (Justin Taylor)


⊕  Kierkegaard: A Christian Missionary to Christians, Mark Tietjen

∴  Review: Christianity Today

⊕  A New Kind of Apologist: Adopting Fresh Strategies, Addressing the Latest Issues, Engaging the Culture, Sean McDowell

∴  Review: Cold Case Christianity