Category Archives: Life & Culture
20 years later, I’m revisiting “Jesus Freak.” Here is what has surprised me.
“Who Should Raise Your Children?” When G. K. Chesterton Debated Bertrand Russell on the Ideal Family
In 1935, Bertrand Russell argued that “parents are by nature unfitted to bring up their own children.” G. K. Chesterton disagreed. Here’s how their debate went…
Time to look past past the misleading headlines and dig into the substance of the Evangelicals and Catholics Together statement on marriage.
According to President Obama, certitude, conviction, and confidence are the drivers of religious conflict, not the content of religious belief.
I just can’t get enough of Andrew Peterson’s new song about Nashville – “Everybody’s Got a Song.”
If it seems like too often we are talking past one another, the truth is, we usually are.
Here are the six primary moral sensibilities, and how the Right and the Left diverge on the best way to apply them.
Much of The Hobbit was about as enjoyable as watching someone else play a high-definition video game. In other words, not very.
Our moral thinking is much more like a politician searching for votes than a scientist searching for truth.
Psychologist Jonathan Haidt believes “an obsession with righteousness (leading inevitably to self-righteousness) is the normal human condition”.