Seven of the best articles I’ve come across in the last month:
- Theodore Dalrymple – ‘Why is so much bad science published?’ – The Spectator.
The increasing pressure to publish means that not all scientific studies are true, valid or reliable.
- Michael Reeves – ‘How the Reformation changed the world’ – Premier Christianity.
This month marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, and Michael Reeves explains why it still matters today.
- Keri Folmar – ‘Using Globalisation for the Gospel’ – Christianity Today.
How globalisation opens up opportunities for the gospel in unprecedented ways.
- Andrew Wilson – ‘The Problem with Liberal Education’ – Think Theology.
Wilson reviews Mark Lilla’s thought-provoking new book, “The Once and Future Liberal”, a critique of identity politics.
- Ed Stetzer – ‘Bivocational Ministry as an Evangelism Opportunity’ – Christianity Today.
Stetzer explores a vital yet often overlooked form of ministry and weighs up its evangelism opportunities.
- Alex Williams – ‘Prime Minister backs Church anti-slavery push’ – Premier Christianity.
Theresa May expresses her support of the Church of England’s new initiative to tackle modern slavery.
- Lawrie Holmes – ‘School cuts ties with Christian group after parents’ complaints’ – The Guardian.
A ‘Christian’ primary school bans a Christian ministry from teaching there after parents complain about ‘religious extremism.’