Weekly Trifecta (March 13)

Here are three solid reads I found this week.

  1. Abigail Dodds, Submission Is a Wonderful Weapon. “I was a submissive person before I got married…I assumed submission in marriage would come fairly easily to me. I was so agreeable! True, I did have strong convictions around God’s word, but as long as I married someone who shared those commitments and convictions, submission would be breezy. Or so I thought.”
  2. Statement from Pro-Life Catholic Scholars on the Moral Acceptability of Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines.” I’m a Protestant, but the people behind this statement are all people whose writing and pro-life credentials I respect. If you’re open to vaccination in principle but are concerned with the moral issues surrounding the use of fetal tissue, this may be helpful to you.
  3. Kevin DeYoung, “Why Reformed Evangelicalism Has Splintered: Four Approaches to Race, Politics, and Gender.” Kevin DeYoung is one of the most careful writers out there when it comes to race and gender. A must read.

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