Category Archives: Christianity
What if evangelicals “hold the line” on same-sex marriage while adopting virtually every other wrongheaded aspect of our culture’s view of marriage?
Fighting for your rights in society is pointless if you’re not fighting for righteousness in your heart.
If, ten years ago, someone had told me that today I would be writing an article about the theology of a late-night talk show host, I wouldn’t have believed it.
The history of your church is a vital component of the health of your church.
To interpret the archbishop’s recent announcement as a split over sexuality is to miss the bigger picture.
The Church of the future must be a “community of memory” where people know where they’ve come from, who they are, and who they will one day be.
We ought to want our religion to constrain us at precisely those points we are most likely to be led astray by cultural pressures.
If Christian organizations on university campuses are any indication, the marginalization of Christians could become the catalyst for more effective mission.
We’re scared to go too deep in our experience of the Spirit’s presence and power because we’ve seen other people go to extremes. There are several reasons for caution.
We are not in a posture to receive God’s Word until we have first renounced our sin.