Seven of the best articles I’ve come across in the last month:
- Ed Shaw – ‘John Stott’s Life-Changing Chapter’ – The Good Book Company.
A review of John Stott’s excellent “Issues Facing Christians Today”.
- Trevin Wax – ‘Before the Throne of Social Likes’ – The Gospel Coalition.
Debunking the myth that “unless something happens in public, it is not as real, or important, or enduring.”
- Christian Institute – ‘China bans religious belief for 88 million people’ –
As the growth of Christianity in China is deemed a ‘security risk’, the government bans Communist Party members from having any religious beliefs whatsoever.
- Eden Collinsworth – ‘Technology and the Decline of Morality’ – Knowledge @ Wharton.
Author Eden Collinsworth talks about her new book, exploring the impact of technology on contemporary moral issues.
- Jeff Cimmino – ‘University of Chicago Professor: Infanticide is Morally Acceptable’ – National Review.
Cimmino strongly refutes Professor Jerry Coyne’s chilling defense of the ‘logic’ of murdering disabled infants.
- Marc Cortez – ‘Why study Theological Anthropology?’ – Everyday Theology
A well-reasoned argument on the need for a robust Theological Anthropology.
- Derek Rishmawy – The Church Has Always Known Theological Controversy – Mere Orthodoxy.
A helpful reminder that theological controversy in the church is nothing new.