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)