Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson recently asked why Trump doesn’t fill Christians with rage. I can think of one reason.
Few Christians seem to recognize what the Netflix version of Jane Austen’s “Persuasion” signifies. They would if they read one of C. S. Lewis’ lectures.
Mitigating our insecurities requires something we rarely seem to hear about.
The president’s debt-forgiveness plan reminds us we’re livin’ in a left-brained world.
I’m grateful for what began as one-year writing project became two years. The benefit of these two years is becoming I’m becoming more of an exact man.
The authors of a new study say reports of religion’s decline in America have been exaggerated. But what if the study instead says we’re in a post-Christian age?
The Christian community would be healthier if it practiced Proverbs 18:17.
Does contraception undermine the case against abortion?
How many recognize the way in which contraception signals the abolition of marriage?
Imagine C.S. Lewis’ story of the lion and the witch… but no wardrobe. Now we can imagine why abortion and same-sex marriage are in the headlines.