Makoto Fujimura offers a beautiful and thoughtful reflection on the anniversary of 9-11.
Mumford & Sons is outselling Katy Perry, and why that matters.
An interesting sounding novel about people being “Left Behind,” which looks very different from the LaHay series.
David Neff argues that Christian eschatology should lead to a pursuit of justice in the present.
Famed Bible translator Eugene Nida passed away this week.
Tim Gombis suggests that a Platonized Jesus is bad news for the poor.
Peter Rollins thinks Christian music is too much like secular music, but not in the way you’d guess.
I’m thrilled to have made David Nilsen’s “Blogs you need to read” list, along with Scot McKnight, Introverted Church, Messy Canvas, The Beautiful Due, and Rachel Held Evans. Flattering company indeed! Also, apparently I qualify as liberal/progressive – suppose that’s in the eye of the beholder though.
James K.A. Smith offers a brilliant contrast between (Liberal) Skepticism and (Orthodox) Doubt.
Partial Objects asks, What Comes After Postmodernism?
Speaking of postmodernism, Andrew Perriman shares an interesting quote on the matter.
Finally, a BioLogos video with John Walton, in which he contrasts material and functional origins.