It’s not surprising that three of 2020’s top articles addressed the coronavirus and governments’ responses to it. But, in a blast from the past, C.S. Lewis also takes up a couple of spots. Other than that, the year’s most popular articles are as different as different could be, united only in recognizing that God is working through it all.
Without further adieu, here are Reformed Perspective’s top articles for 2020, starting at….
It’s been recently discovered that C.S. Lewis, seemingly just for his own private entertainment, linked each of his famous Narnia books to one of the 7 planets as medieval cosmology understood them.
The streaming giant brought a much-loved pre-teen/teen girls’ book series to the small screen but “updated” it with transgenderism.
Is live-streaming the equivalent of in-person worship of God? What does the Regulative Principle tell us about that? And if it is not the equivalent, how should that impact our interactions with our elected leaders, and the message we would want to communicate to them?
C.S. Lewis’s second entry on our Top 10, this time we’re examining his approach to apologetics from a Reformed and presuppositional perspective.
#6 – 3 ways of confronting the problems of diminishing attention spans through the reading of the Great Books
Like even this article title, the Great Books stretch us. If you want to give reading “the Great Books” a try, this article includes a listing of 50 of them to choose from (with links to download a half dozen for free).
King Solomon didn’t know smartphones but had insights into the power and pull of sexual temptation, which he shares with young men in Proverbs 7. Older men, and young and older women, can also benefit from the wisdom shared here.
Chris deBoer encourages a more creative approach to getting people back in the pews and singing God’s praises together: if the government restricts church attendance to 50%, then let’s double our services! Or let’s come out with some other, similarly creative, way to come together again, twice each Sunday.
A social media platform that was already big in 2019 became enormous in 2020… and parents who wanted the basics were checking out this primer.
Written at the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis, it reminded us that we can be comforted knowing that, no matter what craziness might be going on out in the world, our Lord remains in control!
Our top article of 2020 is a short but sweet story about God’s abundant blessings – 100 times over! – to this grand great-grandma.