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.



⊕  The Mind of God and the Death of Stephen Hawking

⊕  Seminary Can’t Teach You to Love Sheep


⊕  What We Can Know about Saint Patrick: He Wasn’t the First to Bring Christianity to Ireland, But He Was a Pivotal Figure. (Jon M. Sweeney, Christianity Today)

⊕  The Chaos Theory of Vocational Development (Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  37 Philosophers You Really Should Know About: None of Them are Men (Tabatha Leggett, BuzzFeed)

⊕  Rent-A-Womb (Mary Jackson, World Magazine)

⊕  A State Lawmaker Says He Has a Way to Stop Bullies: Fine Their Parents Up to $750 (Kristine Phillips, The Washington Post)

⊕  Billy in the Oval Office: A Story of Faith, Friendship, and Temptation (Timothy Morgan, Christianity Today)

⊕  How Trump is Remaking Evangelicalism (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

⊕  White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away (Michael Tackett, New York Times)

⊕  The Last Temptation: How Evangelicals, Once Culturally Confident, Became an Anxious Minority Seeking Political Protection from the Least Traditionally Religious President in Living Memory (Michael Gerson, The Atlantic)


⊕  God’s Mighty Acts in Creation by Starr Meade (Crossway, 2010)