From The Stream: We could take time to map out the racism and oppression we denounce, defining them with analytic precision. That wouldn’t make Balmer [at the Los Angeles Times] happy. He says he wants evangelicals to speak out. But what he means is that he wants us to say exactly what he says. There’s a […]
From The Stream: My wife said it well: “He probably thought it was cute.” Neither of us caught the NBC news reporter’s name, but we did hear how he signed off his report yesterday on people gathering for the Great Eclipse: “One nation indivisible — under one sun and moon.” There’s something to be said for anything that […]
With this post I will (at last) echo some of my own writing at The Stream here at Thinking Christian. If there’s a tipping point coming soon for Christians in America to experience real persecution, we’ve just moved a lot closer to it this week. I’m not trying to predict the future, and I’d be glad to be totally wrong. […]
Focus on the Family has decided not to broadcast my interview with them as had been scheduled for today. God is still good. I am still seeking to find out more about their decision.
I spent a day recently with the American Family Association in Tupelo, Mississippi. We filmed some shorts for their “Engage” Facebook page — plus this quick conversation about my book Critical Conversations: A Christian Parents’ Guide to Discussing Homosexuality With Teens. Be sure to get your copy of the book!
When one church says hate has no home here, another says all are welcome, yet both seem to be talking about the same thing & agreeing, what do we conclude?
For all the apologetics I do, nothing I’ve ever communicated has been as important as the message of living in a grace-filled relationship with Christ. It’s about freedom from the rule of the law. It’s about understanding the purpose of rules and law. It’s about connecting in a vital, loving relationship with Christ.
Atheists who claim to have disproved God, or knowledge of God, can’t seem to do so without “knowing” something about God in the first place.
My friend Eric Chabot, Ratio Christi director at Ohio State University, emailed me this question about How Would Jesus Blog? It’s a good one, so I obtained permission from him to post it along with my answer. Eric’s Question: Shouldn’t We Answer Our Critics? So what are your thoughts on this: In his book Introducing […]