May has been a unique month in a unique year. Nevertheless, my reading has continued. Here are a few highlights.
- One highlight was James Mumford’s excellent VEXED. TLDR? The world is polarised. But truth can be found on all sides.
- Scott McKnight has a great piece for Christianity Today about wallpaper. TLDR? Worth reading, whatever your convictions on women in leadership.
- Tom Wright’s new God and the Pandemic is great. TLDR? A helpful book on covid, but also a great intro to Wright’s writings.
- Ravi Zacharias has passed away. A friend shared this article, which should challenge us as to how we remember him. TLDR? ‘No one is righteous, not even one’
- Richard Brash has written a helpful little book on how God preserved the Bible. TLDR? This is an important thing to think about.
- An article from Christianity Today back in February that highlights 25 black theologians. TLDR? Read this, because our black brothers and sisters need to hear us listening.
- Gerald Bray’s Doing Theology with the Reformers is awesome. TLDR? Read this book if you care about theology.
- I thoroughly enjoyed this article about book reviews. TLDR? Review the book! Don’t summarise it or just make yourself look clever…
- Ike Miller’s Seeing by the Light is excellent – a fresh study of the Doctrine of Illumination. TLDR? Those a-ha moments when reading scripture? That’s what this is about. Awesome.
- Esau McAuley has written a superb piece on Racism in America.
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