Evangelicals and Toxic Masculinity

One of the worst trends in our culture today is the dominance of identity politics. Now by "identity politics" I am not trying to signal an oncoming conservative diatribe about social progressivism and liberal politicians. The identity politics I have in mind are everywhere--on the right, on the left, down the middle, and even in …

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The Future of Football

At the New York Review of Books, David Maraniss surveys the ongoing debate over football's merits (or lack thereof). He evaluates the dialogue between two books, one by Steve Almond titled Against Football, and a response by Gregg Easterbrook called The Game's Not Over. The problem, Easterbrook argues, is not at the pro level but earlier, …

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4 (Simple) Responses to Science-Based Atheism

Lack of scientific knowledge can leave Christians feeling vulnerable when talking to unbelieving friends about why faith is superior to skepticism. Many college students discover atheism through science classes; students who enter university as Christians have their faith fiercely tested by their studies, and too many give up the fight merely because they assume that …

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