Christian, vote angry, but do not punish the unborn in your anger.
Three reasons to save those questions and comments until after the class.
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 …
An unbelieving husband's body in a church pew is not worth more than his abused and vulnerable wife.
We can either really learn the lessons of the Religious Right, or we can repeat the errors of the past on a different side.
The cure for evangelical celebrity culture is to remember our own death.
Do Christians still believe that private immorality has public consequences?
The spiritual danger of grabbing souls by their insecurities
I have only a brief thought on Matt Loftus's recent essay (and follow-up blog post) on whether we should use the term "pro-life" to refer to issues other than the traditional referents. It seems to me that you can't make the term "pro-life" do more by making it mean less. I think that's what Matt …
When I was in Bible college, few things received scorn as unanimously and frequently as the self-help genre. The corner of your local bookstore dominated by big, bright covers and names like Oprah and Tony Robbins was, almost all of us young, restless, Reformed pre-seminarians agreed, poison. We understood that the self-help genre was a …