Category Archives: Life & Culture
Witnessing all the online fury, I can’t help but feel like this unspeakable tragedy in Oregon has just become — if possible — even sadder.
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.
In this reality show, we get a glimpse into the worldview of a society that is longing for spiritual purgation and earthly significance – but doesn’t know where to find it.
One of the biggest forces in an election year isn’t the candidates themselves but the journalists who want to win your eyeballs — on their print pieces, online articles, television talk shows, or viral videos.
If you believe in human rights for all, including the unborn, you “don’t want to live in the modern world.” Your position is “extreme” — something we’d expect from “terrorist groups.”
The absence of societal shuddering in response to the Planned Parenthood videos frightens me more than the videos themselves.
Brought face to face with video evidence of injustice, we do back flips to avoid the conclusion that there is a pattern of injustice and we should do something about it.
“Just who do we think we are?”
How can citizens have a common life together when our reference points for morality and values are so vastly different? That question takes us beyond what Tim Cook calls his “North Star.”