Kevin DeYoung, The Anatomy of a Sneer Armour follows a predictable outline meant to silence opposing viewpoints. Kevin Deyoung This is an interesting article discussing a recently published opinion piece in USA Today that denounces a particular Christian’s viewpoint regarding men in women’s sports as “bigotry”.
Patrick Schreiner, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Christian Nationalism: A Baptist Perspective” After Schriener rightly and helpfully calls for quick listening and slow speaking, he offers three forms of “Christian Nationalism” as a way of understanding how the term is used by different people. His three forms include (1) the Good: those […]
Here is a thoughtful convergence of biblical study and reflection on a front line issue. It sounds a warning without sounding angry or unduly afraid. I find that posture worth emulating. Why I Am a Conspiracy Theorist
In Tim Keller’s incisive and illuminating way, he provides an accessible survey of the competing views of justice at work in our society, then critiques each in light of a biblical view of justice. He pays special attention to critical theory in light of its prominence in recent months. Tim Keller – A Biblical Critique […]
We are inundated with news…much of it bad. It is easy to take news for granted, but a little reflection on the nature of news and its profitable place in our lives is good. Author and culture commentator Andy Crouch offers the compelling argument that what we need is less news, not more. He then provides practical guidelines to discern […]