Smart phones promise us the god-like power to leave our bodies, but are they also making us less human?
Everything changes when I recognize it’s God’s table and not mine.
When we evaluate everything based on its missional efficiency, are we adopting Soviet-style utilitarianism in the name of Christ?
…and why activists on both sides don’t want to.
In a weeping world full of pain, loss, and injustice it is easy to think this is a God-forsaken world. The joy of Easter is discovering just the opposite.
When did anger become a Christian virtue? A case against the use of righteous outrage.
Is social justice part of the gospel or just an implication of it? John Stott’s wisdom on the debate.
The glamor of the mega-ministry and its ability to offer greater choices appears to be fading—at least in some regions. But is this shift anything more than a reflection of social trends?
Skye’s interview on Faith Radio about getting the church right for the next generation.
In less than a century Christians have gone from opposing over-consumption at Christmas to demanding it be done in Christ’s name alone.