“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
The passion of Christ is generally though to encompass the final hours of Jesus’ life. But is that so? T. S. Eliot’s imaginative poem, “The Journey of the Magi,” suggests that the passion began much earlier.
Nancy Pearcey has, in recent years, become one of our leading Evangelical apologists. Britain’s Economist called her “America’s pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual.”
Her contribution to the Patheos website’s recent symposium on “Future of Faith in America: Evangelicalism” …Read more
Bill Gates is concerned. Stephen Hawking is worried. And Elon Musk warns that artificial intelligence is the “greatest existential threat” facing humankind—“with artificial intelligence we are summoning the demon.”
Sir Clive Sinclair goes even further: …Read more
The Gospel becomes something other than the Gospel if it is relegated to the private realm. Compartmentalized, privatized faith was not what the early Proclaimers of the Good News had in mind. Declaring what they had “seen and heard,” …Read more