Category Archives: Christianity
If there’s one passage that should give the gospel-centered movement pause, it’s Hebrews 6:1-3.
One of the best ways to get a feel for the Bible’s narrative is to read through the Bible chronologically. Another way is to read at least one or two Bible overview books a year. Here are 12 books I recommend.
These are the podcasts I listen to on a regular basis. What should I add?
The best way to honor Bonhoeffer is to not to speculate about his sexuality, but to see how his example counters the errant assumptions of a sexualized culture.
Missional churches are not just “outward focused.” The biblical position is more robust (and beautiful) than the inward / outward dichotomy.
To be a “progressive” implies that your primary impulse is to progress beyond the present and lead the way toward better days. But not everything we foresee in the future is worth pursuing.
Psalm 127 says that children are like arrows in the hand of a mighty warrior. Arrows are given to the warrior to launch into battle, not as accoutrements to your lifestyle.
You may be thrilled at the Hobby Lobby verdict, but there’s a good chance your neighbor isn’t. In fact, a growing number of Americans don’t see “religious liberty” as important.
Will evangelicals eventually agree to disagree on the legitimacy of same-sex relationships and same-sex marriage?
Kindness apart from love devolves into mere “niceness,” and too often, niceties are employed to hide the disease of lovelessness.