I’ve started posting a collection of blog posts, articles, podcasts, and books that I have found interesting, helpful, challenging, important, or funny. I don’t endorse everything I post, but I only post content I think is worth taking the time to consider. We all have to make choices about what content we “consume,” so I hope I can point you in directions that are worth your time.
Blog Posts & Online Journals
- Reformedish, “The Reforming Catholic Confession” – Derek Rishmawy introduces a new Protestant confession signed by leaders from across 250 denominations and spanning every continent that seeks to demonstrate Christian unity and catholicity.
- Comment, “Catechesis for a Secular Age” – James K.A. Smith interviews Tim Keller about Christian formation, revival, and mission as part of a continuing conversation between the two.
Online Newspapers & Magazines
- Christianity Today, “Of Old Testament Haircuts and New Testament Head Coverings” – Author Wendy Alsup explains a difficult passage in the New Testament where Paul instructs women to cover their heads during corporate worship, showing that it has to do with God’s protection of women from violence and sexual exploitation.
- The Atlantic, “Donald Trump Is the First White President” – Ta-Nehisi Coates argues that Donald Trump is the first president whose entire political existence depends on the fact of a black president, a claim that pushes against the argument that Trump was elected primarily by a forgotten white, rural working class demographic.
- Cultivated, “Audrey Assad”– Host Mike Cosper interviews Roman Catholic singer, song writer, and speaker, Audrey Assad, about her life, overcoming her fundamentalist roots, the winding path of her musical career, and how she remained a Christian amidst the darkest seasons of her life.
- TGC Podcast, “How Sharing the Gospel In Our Secular Age Is Different” – Collin Hansen interviews Tim Keller and Russell Moore about evangelism today.
- Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family by Paul David Tripp – a helpful book for parents that seeks to unpack the implications of the gospel for how we lead our children