This is my weekly list of recommendations. You can find daily links at the After Emmaus page on Facebook.

Ashleigh Bailey, “Christian” Feminism

Allen R. Bevere, Science and the Eschatological Challenge to Theology (Part 4)

John Byron, Pray Continually:  Thoughts on Praying in the Church ; Don’t Quench the Spirit: Thoughts on Prophecy in the Church ; Greet One Another with a Holy Kiss: Thoughts on Christian Expressions of Love

James A. Charlesworth, The Eternal Planting, the Eden of Glory

Rachel Held Evans, Were Jesus, Peter, and Paul Interpreting the Bible Wrong?

Ryan Harker, God, Nonviolence, and Substitutionary Atonement

Luke Geraty, “Give Up My Expectation for Jesus’ Literal Return? No Sir!”

Nijay Gupta, Hearing the Old Testament–An Evangelical Approach to Theological Hermeneutics

Bev Hislop, So, Isn’t It Time You Start Your Family

Tony Jones, Top Five Books by Jurgen Moltmann

Jodi Magness, Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls

Scot McKnight, Christian Century and the Gospel

Andrew Perriman, Understanding the Big Picture of the Bible: a guide to reading the Bible well

Mason Slater, Cruciform Politics