• "Freaking Out Darwin" – World
"In The Kingdom of Speech—a runner-up for WORLD’s 2016 Book of the Year in the Science, Math, and Worldviews category—Tom Wolfe has fun with Darwinism and then linguistic theory."
• "What's Changed in Britain Since Same-Sex Marriage?" – The Spectator Australia
"Now, it’s Australia’s turn to choose. There’s one key difference. Unlike in Britain, it will be the people who decide. Everyone agrees, whether they admit it or not. This is a decision of enormous significance."
• "Book Review: What is the Mission of the Church?" – The Judson Center
"It is imperative that the people of God discern the church’s God-given purpose. That noble and essential task is why Kevin Deyoung and Greg Gilbert wrote, What is the Mission of the Church?: Making Sense of Social Justice, Shalom, and the Great Commission. This review will summarize the primary conclusion of the book and discuss several strengths and weaknesses therein."
• "The Jesus People Revolution: The 60s Hippies Who Changed the World" – Premier Christianity
"It's 50 years since thousands of hippies found Christ on the beaches of California and made their way to the UK. Andrew Whitman traces their legacy"
• "Sandra McKracken's 'We Will Feast' is a Worship Feast for the Church" – ChurchLeaders
"For most artists, their work is an expression of their internal worlds—their feelings, desires, and disappointments; however Christian singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken says her approach to her writing music has recently shifted from a more personal perspective to a corporate one."
• "Students Are the New Master – And the Result is Campus Tyranny" – The Spectator
" ‘No Platform’ policies strictly govern who can speak on campus. Anybody, no matter what their political background or supposedly liberal credentials, can find themselves shunted off campus for having the wrong opinion in the eyes of the Stasi of student politics."
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