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.



⊕  Three Parenting Tips from the Life of Peter (Published at The Good Book Company)

⊕  Climb Inside the Atheist Mind (Published at The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  What Do You Do When the Bible Gives You a Yellow Light?

⊕  The Dream That Opened C.S. Lewis’s Other Eye



⊕  The Gospel and Social Injustice Part-1 (Russell Moore, Signposts)

⊕  An Open Letter To John MacArthur About Social Justice (Rasool Berry)

⊕  Saying Goodbye for Good: How to Bid Farewell as Though our Bodies Mattered (Wesley Hill, Christianity Today)

⊕  On Going On and On and On: The Fantasy of Living Forever is Just a Fig Leaf for the Fear of Death – and Comes at Great Personal Cost (Paul Sagar, Aeon Magazine)

⊕  Marlee Matlin Gives Viewers a Look into the Lives of Deaf People in New Documentary (Walter Scott, Parade)

⊕  Who is in Charge of the White House? (Mark Caleb Smith, Bereans at the Gate)

⊕  My Son’s Down Syndrome Showed Me the Real Imago Dei (Corey Latta, Christianity Today)

⊕  The Radical Moral Implications of Luck in Human Life: Acknowledging the Role of Luck is the Secular Equivalent of Religious Awakening (David Roberts, Vox)


⊕  How to Pray: Essays and Reflections by C.S. Lewis. (HarperOne, 2018)