From Bach to God’s Not Dead: The Downfall of Christian Art

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

The Road to the Final Four: Why March is so Special

The Final Four is set. Oklahoma, Villanova, Syracuse, and North Carolina will be playing in Houston for a shot at a National Championship. It will certainly be an intriguing weekend of basketball. Can Syracuse keep its unlikely run alive against a dominant Carolina team or are the Heels just too strong? If UNC and Oklahoma… Read More The Road to the Final Four: Why March is so Special

Football in a Fallen World (and why as of now I still support it)

In case you were wondering what the most recent deep theological  or ethical issue I have been wrestling with is, because let’s face it, who isn’t?, it has nothing to do with predestination or just war theory. My most recent theological and ethical pondering have been about America’s favorite sport: football. The discovery that deceased… Read More Football in a Fallen World (and why as of now I still support it)

Christian Rap or Christiansthat Rap? (In defense of SPZRKT and John Givez)

Is it Chrostian rap or is it that there are rappers that are Christians? As Christian Hip Hop (CHH) expands beyond the borders of Christendom this question has begun to be asked more and more. A while back SPZRKT wrote a break up letter to CHH and recently John Givez expressed his desire not to… Read More Christian Rap or Christiansthat Rap? (In defense of SPZRKT and John Givez)