The noted historian Mark Noll, as per usual, has a terrific article in Christianity Today answering the question “Where would we be without the King James Bible?”
National Review has a fascinating article on the spiritual and psychological effects of Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler’s decision to abort his first child with his girlfriend, Julia Holcomb. Well worth a read.
The blog Mere Orthodoxy has posted of video of ethicist Robert George discussing pornography as an issue of human dignity and embodiment.
USA Today has an interesting article on “Value Investors,” capitalists who invest their money according to Christian virtues and try to change the world through capitalism.
Biblical Archaeology Review has a terrific article describing the life and death of biblical minimalism, a very popular scholarly theory maintaing that the Old Testament was written very late during the Hellenistic period, with most of the stories and characters nothing more than pious myths. Due to the bevy of recent archaeological discoveries that have validated the biblical witness (such as the existence of king David), the article is now claiming biblical minimalism dead. I wonder if university professors will get the memo?