Category Archives: Christianity
Church history is a treasure box, not a map. We don’t honor our forbearers by seeking to return to their times; we honor them by receiving their wisdom and learning from their victories and failures.
Our missional engagement will suffer if we see ourselves in a battle between “religion” and “secularity.”
4 things I hope we can learn from the events at Mars Hill.
A free online resource designed to help busy pastors maintain their Greek language skills post-seminary.
In a day when we are less and less likely to feel any sense of loyalty to the churches we’ve been shaped by, I believe it’s helpful to express gratitude for the good God is doing through our denominations and networks.
Chesterton was a big man (in more ways than one) who made a big splash. How did he engage his culture and why does he still matter?
This letter is a beautiful testament to God’s grace in the midst of suffering.
Too often we think of parenting in generic terms, and thereby minimize the distinctive contribution of a father to a family. Sometimes, you don’t know how important something is until it’s missing.
Why we can’t simply celebrate or condemn the skeptic’s questions.
Now that the middle identifies more with secularism than with nominal Christianity, devout Christians are taking public flak for their views.