Your Weekend Worldview ReaderHere’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.
âŠ• Â Some Thoughts on the End
âŠ• Â Church Clap
âŠ• Â How Can There Be a Supernatural God When There’s Science?
âŠ• Â Paradise Lost: A Literary Approach to Apologetics
âŠ• Â G.K. Chesteron SketchÂ
âŠ• Â Keeping Track of Every Book You’ve Ever Read (Joe Fassler, The Atlantic)
âŠ• Â My Family’s Slave (Alex Tizon, The Atlantic)
âŠ• Â Summer Reading List: Extra-Credit Edition (Kimberly Winston, Religion News Service)
âŠ• Â What Rob Bell Gets Right and Wrong About the Bible (Collin Huber, The Gospel Coalition)
âŠ• Â Atheists More Intelligent Because They Can Override Instinctive Religious Beliefs – But It Will Be Their DownfallÂ (Hannah Osborne, Newsweek)
âŠ• Â The Fidget Spinner Explains the World (Ian Bogost, The Atlantic)
âŠ• Â The Kidification of America: On the Goodness of Maturity (Owen Strachan, The Center for Public Theology)
âŠ• Â Watch Worship Break Out At Chance the Rapper Concert (Relevant Magazine)
âŠ• Â Air & Light & Time & Space: HowÂ Successful Academics WriteÂ (Helen Sword, Harvard University Press)