Your Weekend Worldview Reader


Here’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).






⊕  Martin Luther: The Apologist


⊕  Fiddling While Rome Converts (Edward Watts, Aeon Magazine)

⊕  What You Have to Do First Before You Can Agree or Disagree with Someone (Justin Taylor, The Gospel Coalition)

⊕  Metaxas vs French: The Christian Arguments for and Against Voting Trump (Ruth Jackson, Patheos)

⊕  If You’ve Started Hating Fellow Christians Because of How They’re Voting, You’ve Lost Perspective (Natasha Crain,

⊕  How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don’t (Timothy Keller, The New York Times)

⊕  Christians, Conscience, and the Looming 2020 Election (Albert Mohler)

⊕  Seeking power in Jesus’ name: Trump sparks a rise of Patriot Churches (Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Washington Post)

⊕  The World is Trapped in America’s Culture War (Helen Lewis, The Atlantic)

⊕  Desire for God is Human Nature (Templeton Religion Trust)

⊕  I Am An Uighur Who Faced China’s Concentration Camps. This Is My Story. (Victor Jack, Varsity Magazine)



The Bright Light and the Super Scary Darkness by Dan DeWitt (B&H Kids, 2020)


The Bright Light and the Super Scary Darkness by Dan DeWitt, Why God? and Life in the Wild