There are many “Christians” who have never met Christ. They grow up in the church. Their parents are good members of the church, and may be leaders in their congregation. Dad may be a pastor, or the …Read more
Pre-Christian. Christian. Post-Christian. Roughly speaking, these categories outline the major changes in the history of the Western world. We say “roughly speaking” because the West never became fully Christian. And even now, it is not …Read more
No, the sky is not falling, but things will never be the same again. Or more precisely, the vulnerability of religious liberty has become unquestionably clear. Even secular law professors agree.
The Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision …Read more
Indeed! What is next? This is the question raised on all sides—left, right and center. How do we get on in a culture so deeply divided by the debate over same-sex marriage? The Supreme Court’s ruling …Read more
Attention is a finite resource—a fact rarely acknowledged in our culture of busyness and 24/7 connectivity. But we need to attend to attention because it is “the faculty by which [we] encounter the world.”
This is the case …Read more