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.



⊕  The Inevitable Christian Impulse of Thanksgiving

⊕  A More Excellent Way (Sermon)

  Why Mere Christianity Won’t Go Out of Style


⊕  How America’s Elite Lost Their Grip (Anand Giridharadas, Time Magazine)

  Wayne Grudem Changes His Mind About Divorce in Cases of Abuse (Rebecca Randal, Christianity Today)

  For He is Our Peace: The Centrality of the Gospel of Christ in Racial Reconciliation (Matthew J. Hall, SBTS Equip)

  The Self-Help Movement That is Upending American Christianity (Aleggra Hobbs, Forge Magazine)

  More Foster Kids Finding Forever Families (Mary Reichard, World Magazine)

  Millenial and Gen Z Republicans Stand Out From Their Elders on Climate and Energy Issues (Cary Funk and Meg Hefferon, Pew Research)

  Chic-fil-A Foundation Announces 2020 Priorities to Address Education, Homelessness, and Hunger (The Chicken Wire)

  Seeing Margaret Thatcher Whole (Benjamin Schwartz, The New York Times)

  Is It Okay to Confess That Jesus Descended Into Hell? (Justin Dillehay, The Gospel Coalition)



Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? by Sam Allberry (Oxford Apologetics, 2020)