Conservative evangelicalism's #MeToo moment is about a failure to love.
The league has a right to make its own rules, but this was a missed opportunity to model a healthy public square.
I have respect for the ministry of Plugged In and how they serve Christian families by flagging objectionable content in film. I think there's a place for this kind of thing and have availed myself of the site frequently over several years. But in my experience, evangelicals frequently place too much trust in services like …
Media outlets must change how they cover school shootings and glamorize the shooters.
Dear new college graduate, I'm supposed to start off by saying "Congratulations," but I doubt you want to hear that right now. If I've understood you correctly, today doesn't feel like a victory to you. You say you've wasted most of the last few years. You've say you've been selfish, lazy, and unkind. You say …
In a landmark decision today, the Supreme Court effectively struck down federal laws against sports gambling. While the full implications of the ruling will probably take time to realize, most states in the US will likely sanction and promote (though, according to this ruling, they wouldn't have to) betting on professional sports, such as NFL, …
An unbelieving husband's body in a church pew is not worth more than his abused and vulnerable wife.
Does the "anti-PC warrior" sell bitterness and a persecution complex to angry white males?
I liked it. I'd be fine if I never saw it again.
A proposal for married men and women to transform our view of friendship.