A ‘New York Times’ columnist reflects as an outsider on why liberal democracy may need a resurgence of Christianity.
Rebecca McLaughlin encourages Christians to take cultural critiques of modern evangelicalism seriously.
If ever-increasing secularization reveals anything, it is this: the inescapable influence of Christianity.
The Enlightenment was just as much the age of feeling, sympathy, and sensibility as it was an age of reason.
We were made to revere someone infinitely more interesting and awesome than ourselves.