Showing posts from December, 2017

Bad Theology, False Flags, and The Church

Social Constructionism (6): Shaping a worldview of doubt and uncertainty

Consuming ‘Good Community’ as an Asian American Millennial

Is Social Media Making Christians Miserable?

Things Not To Say About Jesus At Christmas (Or Any Other Time)

And the Word became Flesh...

Holiday grief confronts Sutherland Springs, Las Vegas

Remembering the martyrs at Jibla Baptist Hospital

In the midst of Evil: Christian describes how they endure persecution

America's Religious Climate and Christianity's Exclusivity

Talk about Digging Up Your Lede and Making a Mountain out of It

Should We Pray “Lead Us Not Into Temptation”?

Christians, please vet your political candidates and pastors.

Remembering R.C. Sproul, 1939–2017

Why Discipleship Works with a Plurality of Elders

Politics and Our Christian Witness

Roy Moore Should Take Responsibility for His Campaign Loss

Theological Roots and Moral Fruits of Reformation

Trying to Avoid the Hot Takes in Alabama

What would Jesus do about harassment?

Presbyterian And Reformed Ambivalence About Christmas

Acting Like Jesus in the Age of Internet Trolls

What on earth was Roy Moore thinking?

'Reformed…and always Reforming'

Evangelical vs. Born Again: A Survey of What Americans Say and Believe Beyond Politics

The Battle to Mold the American Mind

Where Is The Church Heading? (Part 1)

Why Masterpiece Cakeshop case could bring a major Supreme Court ruling on free expression

Christmas and Conscience