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 Â Are You Your Brain?
âŠ•Â Â Eggs & Incandescent Lights (Right Brain Leadership)
âŠ•Â Â The Victims of Las Vegas: Remembering Their Lives (Julie Bosman, Amy Harmon, Christine Hauser and Jess Bidgood, The New York Times)
âŠ•Â Â Hugh Hefner Did Not Live the Good Life (Russell Moore, ERLC)
âŠ•Â Â How to Regain the Lost Art of Reflection (Martin Reeves, Roselinde Torres, and Fabien Hassan, Harvard Business Review)
âŠ•Â Â What is the Most Powerful Evidence for the Christian Faith (Sean McDowell)
âŠ•Â Â Forcing Faith-Based Organizations Out of Foster Care and Adoption Hurts Children (Elizabeth Kirk, The Wilberforce Institute)
âŠ•Â Â Meet the Mother of Modern Missions (Dante Steward, The Gospel Coalition)
âŠ•Â Â They Proved Einstein Right; Now They’ve Won The 2017 Physics Nobel Prize (Bill Chappell, NPR)
âŠ•Â Â How Many Big Storms Before People Abandon Coastal Cities? (Reynard Loki, Salon)
âŠ•Â Â Do You Know How Others See You? (Elizabeth Bernstein, The Wall Street Journal)
âŠ•Â Â Writing Advice from a Newly Minted Nobel Winner (Megan Garber, The Atlantic)
âŠ•Â Â The Story of Reality: How the World Began, How It Ends, And Everything Important That Happens in BetweenÂ by Greg Koukl (Zondervan, 2017)