Have an excellent weekend!
Grace and peace.
Last Week’s Reading:
Coming in March from N.T. Wright, How God Became King: The Forgotten Story of the Gospels. Michael Bird shares initial thoughts here.
Common Sense Jesus says…
Stanley Hauerwas on being committed with others to non-violence.
Roger Olson continues to question Limited Atonement and double Predestination.
Peter Enns completes his series on Mohler, Adam, Evolution, and NPR.
Andrew Perriman on Blogging and the Future of Theology.
Stephanie Smith discusses the tension between building a platform and building a Kingdom. [a necessary reminder to writers and other public figures]
A helpful summary of the changes made at Vatican II.
A New York Times essay criticizes the anti-science rhetoric of the Evangelical Right, while Joe Carter at First Things pushes back.
Ian Morgan Cron – In Praise of Youth Workers Everywhere.
Finally, David Kinnaman discusses the teen and 20-something exodus from the church, and his new book You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith.