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 Vote for You in 2020

  More Gospel, Less Trolls, in 2020


⊕  10 Facts About Atheists (Michael Lipka, Pew Research Center)

  Ireland No Longer Has a Blasphemy Law (Atheist Ireland); See also  Why Ireland Must Get Rid of Its Disgraceful Blasphemy Law from 2016 (Roy Greenslade, The Guardian)

  Why Do Some People Believe Trump’s Fairy Tales? It Feels Good. (John Y. Hamilton, Lexington Herald Leader) Shout out to Carmen LaBerge of “Mornings with Carmen

 J.K. Rowling Refuses to Apologize to Wakescolds (Kyle Smith, The National Review)

Shrouded in Darkness (Matthew Schmitz, First Things)

  Prison Sentence for Pastor Shows China Feels Threatened by Spread of Christianity, Experts Say (Amy Gunia, Time Magazine)

⊕  Meditations on the Nature of Beauty (Sean McGowan, The New Yorker)

  Decade in Review: Marital Norms Erode (Ryan T. Anderson and Robert P. George, USA Today)

  Christianity Today’s Most Popular Articles of the Decade (Christianity Today)

  Abortion Was Leading Cause of Death in 2019 With 42 Million Killed (Adam Ford, DISRN)

  Why Keeping a Sabbath Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution (Joshua Gorenflo, Relevant Magazine)

  Trump Will Win Again. No Way He’ll Win. Be Wary Of 2020 Election Predictions (Ron Elving, NPR)

⊕  Opinion: Religion in the US is Too Complicated for Simple Rules Like ‘Evangelicals Support Trump’ (Virginia Hefernen, Los Angeles Times)

  Trump Should Not Be Removed From Office (Wayne Grudem, Townhall)

  Evangelicalism’s Silent Majority (Emma Green, The Atlantic)



Uncommon Ground: Living Faithfully in a World of Difference by Timothy Keller and John D. Inazu (Thomas Nelson, 2020)