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 disastrous party conference speech.
- Alan Noble – ‘The Disruptive Witness of Art’ – The Gospel Coalition.
In a postmodern world where feelings often trump facts, how can the gospel truth be compellingly proclaimed? Alan Noble offers a way for Christians to use art and literature in their evangelism.
- Albert Mohler – ‘Historic Oxford College says Christianity is too harmful for freshers’ – The Briefing.
Albert Mohler’s insightful take on the recent Christian Union ban at Balliol College.
- Brett McCracken – ‘8 Signs Your Christianity Is Too Comfortable’ – The Gospel Coalition.
A challenging piece from Brett McCracken that diagnoses ‘comfortable Christianity’ with 8 tell-tale signs.
- Philip Jeffery – ‘A Luther for Millennials’ – First Things.
Celebrating the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation, Philip Jeffery offers a unique perspective on the value of Luther’s legacy for millennials today.
- CI – ‘Humanists hit out at Shoebox Appeal’ – Christian Institute.
Humanists UK encourage parents to write to schools to reject a Christian Shoe Box appeal, calling it “extremely problematic”.