A few bloggers offered reflections on the way we use technology this week, including James K.A. Smith’s Constrained to be Free, Mike Wittmer’s Your Brain on Technology, and Tim Gombis’ Social Media Technologies & the Language of “Addiction”
Louis gives us an early look at an upcoming Zondervan title, A Brief History of Old Testament Criticism.
Phil Long on Pseudepigraphy and Jewish Christian Literature.
Chris Green reflects on Rowan Williams’ Critical Theology.
Kevin DeYoung asks, Who are the 144,000 in Revelation?
Michael Bird examines 1 Cor. 11.2-16 in Headship, Hair, and Hats.
Roger Olson responds to criticism that he is Judging God’s Morality.
Michael Horton wrote a new essay, Making Necessary Distinctions: The Call to Discernment.
Disciplining the Dragon, a new CT article on the growth of Christian publishing in China.