As we try to find truth in a post-truth world, Christians can learn from the investigative patience of Sherlock Holmes.
We can use pagan myths to confront modern secular views on technology, love, society, gender, and morality.
Two of this year’s most stimulating books would seem to say precisely opposite things. But put them together and we can gain a world of understanding.
Don’t dismiss the popular new yard sign as a symbol of political provocation. It’s a theological and evangelistic invitation.
What’s the Bible’s view of race and justice? How does it compare to contemporary ideologies? Tim Keller explains.