Top Seven – December 2017

Seven of the best articles we’ve come across in the last couple of weeks: Marshall Segal– ‘Why Do You Have A Phone?’ – Desiring God. “Our phones used to be a means to relationship, a means to work, a means to ministry. The iPhone suddenly made the means an end — or perhaps better, a means to me.” — CT – ‘How…

Top Seven – November 2017

Seven of the best articles I’ve come across in the last month: Bruce Ashford – ‘How America Lost Its Mind’ – The Gospel Coalition. An excellent review of Kurt Anderson’s controversial new book, Fantasyland. — Melanie Phillips – ‘The Vanishing Conservative Party’ – MelaniePhillips.com. Melanie Phillips argues that there is much more to the Conservative Party’s failings than a…

Top Seven – October 2017

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…

Top Seven – September 2017

Seven of the best articles I’ve come across in the last month: Bethany Jenkins – ‘Stop Overspiritualising ‘Calling” – The Gospel Coalition. A timely message for those seeking God’s direction in their lives. – Kate Shellnut – ‘What Ravi Zacharias Said at Nabeel Qureshi’s Funeral’ – Christianity Today. Fitting tribute by one gifted and passionate apologist…

Top Seven – August 2017

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…

Top Seven – July 2017

Seven of the best articles I’ve come across in the last two weeks: John Rapley – ‘How economics became a religion’ – The Guardian. Insightful article on how economics has taken the place of religion in 21st Century Britain. – Matthew Hosier – ‘We’ve been here before’ – Think Theology. A compelling dissection of the Transgender…