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.



⊕  A New Way of Seeing “Theological Triage”

⊕  Blind Science & Lame Religion

⊕  Six Tips for Sharing the Gospel with Skeptics (The Gospel Coalition)


⊕  The Moral Universe of Tim Keller (Peter Wehner, The Atlantic)

⊕  Stir the Imagination One Sermon at a Time (Abraham Cho, The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  Anniversary of a Crackdown (June Cheng, World Magazine)

⊕  Three Unnatural Practices for Loving Our Enemy (Daryl Crouch,

⊕  Higher Criticism (Burk Parsons, Tabletalk Magazine)

⊕  Americans Don’t Have to Ask Government for Permission to Practice Their Faith (David Harsanyi, National Review)

⊕  What Does It Mean that the Bible is Infallible? (Dave Jenkins,

⊕  The Problem With the Culture Problem (Oren Cass, First Things)

⊕  The Christian Withdrawal Experiment (Emma Green, The Atlantic)

⊕  The Incarnation and My Brother’s Death (Gail Emerson, For The Church)

⊕  No Lies Necessary: Christianity is Good for You (John Stonestreet, BreakPoint)

⊕ Caroll Spinney, Who Played Big Bird And Oscar On ‘Sesame Street,’ Dies At 85 (Laurel Wamsley, NPR)