Your Weekend Worldview Reader

ERE’S Your Weekend Worldview Reader with links to articles, essays, reviews, & videos I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview. Join me on the first & third Friday every month as I discuss topics from the post with Carmen LaBerge on My Faith Radio around 7:40AM (EST). 

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NEWWEEK

⊕  Our Bloody Bible

  Mansion or Mission?

articles

  Black History is Family History (Jennifer Grisham, Logos Talk)

⊕  The Core Problem with Genetic Engineering (Gene Edward Veith, Jr., Crossway)

  Will the 2020’s be the Decade of Eugenics? (Sarah Jones, The Intelligencer)

⊕  How Beauty Could Help Solve the Housing Crisis (Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review)

  Humanist Ceremonies: Meaningful Non-Religious Ceremonies (Humanism.org)

  Super Bowl Halftime Show Should Have Come With a Parental Warning (Gil Smart, USA Today)

⊕  For Many, a College Degree is a Bad Investment (Richard Vedder, Forbes)

  On Behalf of Ireland’s Unborn (John Waters, First Things)

  I’m a Pro-Life Democrat and Here’s Why I Won’t Leave My Party (Kristen Day, The Federalist)

  Christian Realism: An Introduction (Daniel Strand, Providence Magazine)

  Fifteen Children’s Books About Cancer to Help Them Cope (Kate Auletta, HuffPost)

⊕  SBC Responds to Allegations Regarding Critical Race Theory (Baptist Press)

  Seven Points of Clarification (Dr. Carl Ellis, Jr.)

books

 

Pollution and the Death of Man by Francis Schaeffer and Udo W. Middelmann (Crossway Reprint, 2011)

 

video