Finished Reading: The Overstory: A Novel by Richard Powers ๐Ÿ“š





why death is bad: a primer for Christians


Finished Reading: Grant by Ron Chernow ๐Ÿ“š


Finished Reading: How the Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns ๐Ÿ“š


Finished Reading: Christianity’s Surprise by C. Kavin Rowe ๐Ÿ“š


Finished Reading: Christ and Calamity: Grace and Gratitude in the Darkest Valley by Harold Senkbeil ๐Ÿ“š


“Much of what is distinctive about American evangelicalism is not essential to Christianity,โ€ Noll has written. And he is surely correct. I would add only that it isnโ€™t simply the case that much of what is distinctive about American evangelicalism is not essential to Christianity; it is that now, in important respects, much of what is distinctive about American evangelicalism has become antithetical to authentic Christianity. What weโ€™re dealing withโ€”not in all cases, of course, but in far too manyโ€” is political identity and cultural anxieties, anti-intellectualism and ethnic nationalism, resentments and grievances, all dressed up as Christianity.

Peter Wehner