Your Weekend Worldview Reader

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.



⊕  Is Belief in the Bible Circular Reasoning

⊕  A Rant: On Hiding Behind Dead Men 


⊕  Unexpected Footprints Deal Blow to Evolution (Julie Borg, World Magazine)

⊕  Sociologist Rodney Stark Gets Cranky About Religion (Jonathan Merritt, Religion News Service)

⊕  She Chose to Die So She Could Have a Baby. Now Her Husband Has to Bury Them Both. (Rachel Chason and Kristine Phillips, TheWashington Post)

⊕  Alan Jacobs: Hating Your Neighbor Will Make You Dumb (Stephen Backhouse, Christianity Today)

⊕  A Legacy of Love: My Rich Mullins Story (Andrew Peterson, The Rabbit Room)

⊕  When You Split the Brain, Do You Split the Person? (Yaïr Pinto, Aeon Magazine)

⊕  Early Textual Transmission of Christian Texts (Larry Hurtado)

⊕  I Never Became Straight. Perhaps That Was Never God’s Goal. (Rachel Gilson, Christianity Today)

⊕  John Inazu On Life in Post Christian America (Rod Dreher, The American Conservative)

⊕  What the Star Wars Franchise Can Learn from the Roman Catholic Church (Charles Camosy, Religion News Service)


⊕  Unbelievable: Why After Ten Years of Talking to Atheists I’m Still a Christian by Justin Brierley (SPCK, 2017)