Your Weekend Worldview Reader
ERE’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 Should Christians Have a Cup-Half-Full or Cup-Half-Empty Worldview?
âŠ•Â Â Apologetics is Broken
âŠ•Â ‘Egregious Abuse of Power’: Atheist Nonprofit Files Complaint Against Judge for Giving Bible to Amber Guyger (Jon Brown, Washington Examiner)
âŠ•Â Don’t Blame Incivility on Religion. Christian Principles are an Antidote to Nastiness (Dan Darling, USA Today)
âŠ•Â Transgender Athletes Deserve Compassion, But Not the Right to Transform Women’s Sports (Anita Y. Milanovich, USA Today)
âŠ•Â Botham Jeanâ€™s Brotherâ€™s Offer of Forgiveness Went Viral. His Motherâ€™s Calls for Justice Should Too (Dorena Williamson, Christianity Today)
âŠ•Â Â Three Goals in a Christian Apologetic Encounter (Kenneth Samples)
âŠ•Â David Bentley Hart’s Lonely, Last Stand for Christian Universalism (Michael McClymond, The Gospel Coalition)
âŠ•Â â€˜I Basically Just Made It Upâ€™: Confessions of a Social Constructionist (Christopher Dummitt, Quillette)
âŠ•Â Only 10% of Christian Twentysomethings Have Resilient Faith (Barna)
Unpacking Forgiveness: Biblical Answers for Complex Questions and Deep Wounds by Chris Brauns (Crossway, 2008)