Well that’s one way to celebrate Reformation Day (HT)
- Kathy Keller – Tim Keller’s wife – wrote a critique of Rachel Held Evans’ new book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood.
- Justin Taylor approved of Kathy Keller’s review.
- Fred Clark compiled some reviews favorable towards the author.
- Others who have reviewed the book include Richard Beck; J.R. Daniel Kirk; Addie Zierman; Zack Hunt; Sarah Bessey; and Ed Cyzewski.
- Wartburg Watch says Evans and her critics are missing an opportunity.
- Kathy Escobar offers five ways Evans’ supporters can support her.
- Evans herself gives five reasons people should read her book before reviewing it.
- Cindy on her experience of anger in the process of forgiveness following spiritual abuse.
- Rob Moll reviews Ed Dobson’s book on living with a terminal illness, Seeing Through The Fog.
- Why Lore Ferguson is a complementarian (HT).
- CNN Belief bloggers look at the ‘faith journeys’ of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
- Dan Edelen: “…nothing could be more intellectually dishonest than to insist that one’s religious faith cannot—and should not—inform one’s politics.“
- Kenneth Copeland Ministries will host election coverage Tuesday night.
- Jonathan Dudley on when – he argues – evangelicals were pro-choice. Fred Clark and Mark Galli comment.
- Kathy Escobar interviews David Hayward.
- Scot McKnight on pietism, Tim Keller and models for church engagement with culture.
- Why Michael Patton hates Christian movies.
- Bonus from Michael...further proof that I’m “misguided”. I’ll be watching the football game, myself.