Here are a few of the things that caught our eye this week:

Friend of Reformed Margins, Ekemini Uwan, has a new website! It’s a one-stop shop for all her articles and talks. Give it a look!

Russell Moore shared what he’s learned in 20 years of ministry. This is a helpful perspective for men and women as they prepare for a life in ministry.

Trevin Wax offered a crash course on why we need good writing on the internet to propel Christian conversation forward.

Keith Echols responds to the misguided push by a handful of academics for an American one-child policy.

A Washington Post op-ed that takes seriously the theological matters at stake in the controversy surrounding Wheaton professor Larycia Hawkins.

Posted by Marcos Ortega

Marcos married up and has two beautiful daughters. After growing up in Arizona and going to college in San Diego, he and his family moved to the Philadelphia area so he could go to seminary. In May of 2016, he graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary and is a candidate under care in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He is also a program director at an awesome church just outside the city. Fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, Sixers, Union, Phillies, and Flyers (in that order), he loves and writes about Jesus, theology, culture, sports, movies, music (except country), and good books.

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