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.
âŠ• Â Christian Free Speech?
âŠ•Â God’s Editors?
âŠ•Â Reasons Not to Scoff at Ghosts, Visions an Near-Death Experiences (Andreas Sommer, Aeon Magazine)
âŠ•Â What Makes a Good Death? (Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore, New Philosopher Magazine)
âŠ•Â The Dark Side of the Enlightenment (Yoram Hazony, The Wall Street Journal)
âŠ•Â Why I Won’t Let My Classes Be Recorded (John Villasenor, The Chronicle of Higher Education)
âŠ•Â Seven Ways Theology Can Change Your Bible Reading (James M. Hamilton Jr., SBTS Equip)
âŠ•Â Trump Reinforces Protections for School Prayers/ Critics Say He Got It All Wrong. (Franco Ordonez, NPR)
âŠ•Â History in the Past Perfect (Elizabeth Kristol, First Things)
âŠ•Â Roger Scruton, Beauty Defender and Gentle Conservative Dies at 75 (Bryan Baise, The Gospel Coalition)
âŠ•Â The Person Who Changes the Constitution (Robinson Woodward-Burns, The Atlantic)
âŠ•Â Sci-Fi Magazine Pulls Story By Trans Writer After “Barrage of Attacks” (Alison Flood, The Guardian)
Pagans & Christians in the City by Steven D. Smith (Eerdman’s, 2018)