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.

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NEWWEEK

⊕  Sanctified Sweat

 On Writing Your Own Obituary

  Tips for Talking With Skeptics (Outreach Magazine)

articles

  Ten Exhortations Concerning Gossip Blogs and Online Speech (Denny Burk)

  States Weigh Measures to Stop Transgender Athletes from Competing in Women’s Sports (Jacob Gershman, The Wall Street Jounral)

  Three Surprising Truths About Gender and Loneliness (Kira Asatryan, Psychology Today)

  Patterns of Design in Human Life (Podcast, Evolution News)

  Scam Lures Speakers to Fake UK Church Conferences (Kate Shellnutt, Christianity Today)

⊕  Five Questions Every Youth Leader and Parent Should be Ready to Answer (Steven Kozak)

Teens Are Going Viral With Theatrical History Lessons on TikTok. These History Educators Are Thrilled. (Rachel E. Greenspan, Time Magazine)

⊕  How Literature Professor is Using Books to End Abortion (Life Site)

  Fate of the Universe (Corey S. Powell, Aeon Magazine)

  Six Important Things Jesus Warned Us About (Lesli White, Beliefnet.com)

  Point Kids to the Gospel Through Great Books (Kathryn Butler, The Gospel Coalition)

  A Time to Doubt (Philip Yancey, Patheos)

  New Planets Raise Old Questions (Emily McFarlan Miller, Religion News Service)

  The Importance of Understanding Christianity’s Roots When Practicing Apologetics (Truth, Faith, and Reason)

books

 

 

 

Mercy for Today: A Daily Prayer from Psalm 51 by Jonathan Parnell (B&H, 2020)

 

 

video