The next Josh Harris should grow up in an evangelical culture that values consistent faithfulness rather than momentary coolness.
Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff have written an important new book titled The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure. It's a lucid, eye-opening and (in my opinion) convincing work. I'll have more to say about it in a future post. But I wanted …
Christians seem hopelessly captive to the same news cycle, the same polarization, and the same grievances as unbelievers. This is tragic.
Many evangelical church cultures make it safer to deny last year's Christianity than to admit you are a struggling believer.
The reversal of Roe is not less of a mandate for Christians merely because of Donald Trump
Should we now disown "masculine Christianity"?
Conservative evangelicalism's #MeToo moment is about a failure to love.
An unbelieving husband's body in a church pew is not worth more than his abused and vulnerable wife.
The status quo cannot hold.
Why it is profoundly wrong to look to children to become leaders of our culture