“Every Christian is to become a little Christ. The whole purpose of becoming a Christian is simply nothing else.” These two lines state a crucial theme running through the last section of C. S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity.
Dull doctrine has long been blamed for ills of the Christian church. Some seventy-five years ago Dorothy Sayers responded that the exact opposite is true: “It is the neglect of dogma that makes for dullness.” In fact, 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
“We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us” wrote communications expert Marshall McLuhan in the early 1960s. His assessment of the various communications media (radio, television, movies, telephones, and computers) was simply, “We become what we behold.”…Read more
The New York Times is an unlikely place for a favorable review of a book on apologetics by an Evangelical Christian. Actually, it’s the apologist and his atheist friend who are reviewed, rather than the book.
David Skeel …Read more
Your Mind Matters is a small book written by John R. W. Stott in reaction to the problem of Christian anti-intellectualism. Stott asks, “Why should Christians use their minds?”
The absence of thinking Christians and Christian thinking (on …Read more