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.



⊕  Evangelistic Reverse Engineering 

⊕  God Didn’t Inspire Your Journible

⊕  Socrates in the Cornfields



⊕  How Should Christians Think about Taking Medicine for Depression? (Justin Taylor, The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  The Liberalism of the Religious Right: Conservatives Who Attend Church Have More Moderate Views Than Secular Conservatives On Issues Like Race, Immigration and Identity. (Emily Elkins, The New York Times)

⊕  When God Doesn’t Open a Door (Kelly Minter, LifeWay Voices)

⊕  Beth Moore: The Tiny Blond Bible Teacher Taking on the Evangelical Political Machine (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

⊕  U. of Michigan Professor Refuses to Recommend Student Whose Destination Is Israel (Steven Johnson, The Chronicle of Higher Education)

⊕  Only a Tenth of the Human Genome is Studied (The Economist)

⊕  Why Western Christianity Has a Death Wish (Tim Stanley, The Sydney Herald)

⊕  The FAQs: What Parents Should Know About Peer Contagion (Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  ‘This Is How Rats Work.’ Why Twitter’s Emphasis on Follower Counts Could Be Backfiring (Katy Steinmetz, Time Magazine)


⊕ Woke Church: An Urgent Call for Christians in America to Confront Racism and Injustice by Eric Mason (The Good Book Company, 2018)