3 quotes that help explain our digital age
Comparing your first profile picture to your current one is what Facebook does best.
Interacting with Tim Challies on the future of Christian blogging
Bird Box, just recently released on Netflix, bears an obvious resemblance to John Krasinski's A Quiet Place. The latter is a superior movie in almost every way, but that's not my point. My point is that Bird Box and A Quiet Place are strikingly similar in how they ask the audience to consider how much …
We who grew up with the internet are going to have to reckon with the spiritual powers embedded in the technology we put in our pockets.
Andrew Sullivan yearns for a Christianity that supplies meaning and destiny. But his Christianity is too beholden to modern gods.
The next Josh Harris should grow up in an evangelical culture that values consistent faithfulness rather than momentary coolness.
Christian, vote angry, but do not punish the unborn in your anger.
There are greater things ahead than the children's TV wisdom that we (should) leave behind.
Mere Orthodoxy has kindly published my long review/essay of Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt's new book The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure. The piece is lengthy, because I think Christians need to grapple with the book's arguments very carefully. Here's an excerpt: …