My favorite articles from April.… Read More Stuff I’m Reading – April 2016
If you have been around any sort of American Evangelical circle in recent years, you know using the word “gospel” to describe nearly every aspect of the Christian life is in vogue. Gospel this, gospel that. Who knew you could make “gospel” an adjective or a verb? There are “gospel issues.” We claim to be… Read More What is the Gospel?
Below are a few, and by a few I mean a lot, of links to various articles and blog posts that I have found helpful thinking through creation, evolution, and the age of the earth I do not agree with everything said in these links, but have found what has been said very informative and… Read More Articles on Creation, Evolution, and the Age of the Earth
I was never a huge Kobe fan. I had a #8 jersey in elementary school and did a project on him for class in 3rd grade, but Vince Carter was my favorite player growing up. Unfortunately, the Raptors never won a championship and the most notable moment of his career was probably winning the dunk… Read More Getting Nostalgic About Sports
There is an unfortunate misunderstanding among Christians and non-Christians alike that Christianity makes us somehow less human and that our humanity is what we must escape. At its worst this has lead to the Gnostic heresies in the early church and the withdrawal from culture of the fundamentalists in early to mid-twentieth century America. On… Read More Why the Gospel Makes Us More (Not Less) Human
This past weekend God’s Not Dead 2 premiered. Youth group kids and homeschoolers all across the country packed into white vans – seriously it is always those white vans with the little church decal on the side – and visited their local cinema to watch the second installment in the series of “culture-war thrillers” (that… Read More From Bach to God’s Not Dead: The Downfall of Christian Art
As free speech and political correctness continue to gain attention on college campuses, here are some articles I found helpful when thinking through the issue. The Coddling of the American MInd by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt at The Atlantic “This new climate is slowly being institutionalized, and is affecting what can be said in… Read More Articles about Political Correctness and Free Speech on College Campuses