Culture

Truth Is Inherently Controversial

What should the Christian expect when we are called to speak truth? An inevitable reality is that Christians will always

Run From Technological Slavery

Technological gain and advancement is good. For example: We no longer have to carry an atlas on road trips to

Love Wins, But Not At the Expense of Truth

Today the Supreme Court redefined marriage.  That’s what the news says anyway.  For those who believe in a sovereign Lord

Amusing Ourselves to Death

In the mid-twentieth century, two authors wrote dystopian visions of how civilization might come to be ruled by tyranny, but

The Most Offensive Verse in the Bible

Below is a post by Dan Phillips from the Pyromaniacs blog about how he’d respond to a questioner probing him

“Spiritual, But Not Religious”

In his recent book, Bad Religion:  How We Became a Nation of Heretics, Ross Douthat exposes the spiritual roots of

The Juvenilization of American Christianity

In his new book, The Juvenilization of American Christianity, religious historian Thomas Bergler traces how over the past 75 years

A World Without Jobs

Steve Jobs, the Thomas Edison of my day, has died.  I pray that Jobs reached out to the Savior before

The Clarion Call to Watered Down Evangelicalism

Asbury Theological Seminary President, Timothy Tennent, gave the following address at their September Convocation at Asbury this month.  This is

The Cult of Youth

The following is from Dr. John Mark Reynolds’ blog a few years ago. I thought it was an excellent commentary