First, be sure to read Jordan Hillebert’s final post on Dispensationalism, where he provides a short bibliography of resources on Dispensationalism and the Rapture.
Ted Schroder, over at VirtueOnline, writes about the uniqueness of Christian worship and answers the question “What Makes Worship Christian?”
The blog Prydain posts a short quote from John Piper on the need for Christians to think.
Joe Carter, over at First Things, reflects on a fantasy of many academics and intellectuals: to give up the ivory tower to become manual laborers or trade workers. Working with one’s hands is often more gratifying since it produces a tangible, useful thing after the work is done; the ivory tower just sends ideas out into the ether hoping they take root somewhere.
The magazine Religion Dispatches has published in essay by Grant Gallicho that provides 3 steps U.S. bishops should take to prevent another sex abuse crisis.
A thoughtful essay in Patheos magazine by Phyllis Tickle explores the differences between Progressive Christianity and Emergent Christianity.