Our pluralistic, post-Christian age is “quite simply the greatest opportunity for Christian witness since the time of Jesus and the apostles.” Yet, Christians have failed to face up to many of the realities of our secular age—especially that our …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
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
Character is dead. It did not die a natural death. Its demise had been a long time coming. Moral character ceased to be possible as our culture increasingly refused to accept objective good and evil.
The …Read more
Postmodernism is defined as “incredulity toward metanarratives”—big stories can’t be trusted and must be regarded with suspicion. Comprehensive explanations of the flow of history and of how things work are regarded with skepticism. Thus, postmodern thought cuts against …Read more