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
Should we fit in? Should we hunker down? Should we retreat? Should we engage? How should Christians respond to the challenges of living in a post-Christian culture? The answers to these questions will be decisive as …Read more
From the vantage point of pastoring in Manhattan for some twenty five years, Tim Keller has a distinctive perspective on bringing the Gospel to a diverse secular culture. He has written about this challenge in several places, most extensively …Read more
Atheism is “truly Good News.” As such, it “should not be hidden under a bushel.” This is only one of the endorsements for Peter Boghossian’s guide to “talking people out of their faith,” A Manual for Creating Atheists…Read more
Sigmund Freud was the sole subject of the seminar that Dr. Armand Nicholi began teaching at Harvard in 1967. Student reaction was mixed. Half of the students agreed with Freud, but the other half disagreed strongly. The …Read more
“Privately engaging, socially irrelevant” is how one sociologist describes privatized Christianity. Things of faith are restricted to the Christian’s personal life. Faith is left at home and at church and not taken into the public arena.
Religion doesn’t …Read more
In the United States, 80 percent of the population self-identifies as Christian. Yet, an astounding 20 percent of non-Christians in North America do not “personally know” any Christians at all, according to new research published by the Center the …Read more