- A Movement of “Courageous” Culture-Making Churches? I’m not a big fan of Christian movies. But, Timothy Dalrymple offers an interesting piece on churches who produce films and why it’s important for churches to be involved in culture-making.
- The Mechanic Muse: From Scroll to Screen. An interesting piece from NYT on what happens when the technology of book production changes from scroll, to codes, to digital books. (HT Tim Challies)
- Postmodernism: Still Alive, Still Prophetic. Kyle Roberts argues that not only is postmodernism not dead as many have proclaimed, but evangelicals can still learn something from postmodern thought.
- Who Reigns in the Millennial Kingdom? Bill Mounce wrestles with Rev. 20:4 and calls on exegetes to recognize that sometimes language is more ambiguous than we’d like.
- “A Softening of Religiosity” in America. Are Americans getting more or less religious? As with many questions, coming up with a good answer is harder than it appears.
- Deal of the Day: The Kindle version of David VanDrunen’s Living in God’s Two Kingdoms is on sale for $3.
- Credo Magazine is giving away a copy of Michael Horton’s The Christian Faith.
- Kevin DeYoung offers a free resource on Reasons for the ESV.
- Here’s another deleted scene from The Empire Strikes Back.
- “And, no one will ever mention it again under penalty of torture”: 21 forgotten TV subplots. Best thing I’ve read all day.