How evangelicalism has ended and a new beast has taken its place.
As the people of Christ we are called to faith, not fear, and we are called to sacrificial love, not self-preservation. As Henri Nouwen wrote, “Fear engenders fear. It never gives birth to love.” Surely there is a third path that follows in the steps of Jesus; I will call it The Naaman Option.
Dublin’s archbishop called the vote to legalize same sex marriage a “reality check” for the church in Ireland. It should be one for the U.S. religious right as well.
…and why activists on both sides don’t want to.
A little known story from 1787 may help us put contemporary tensions between faith and politics in perspective.
The real winners and losers of the Hobby Lobby case may not be who you think.
Christians should be leading the effort to think lovingly and wisely about the questions our society is facing rather than adding to the confusion, conjecture, and fear.
What are we to make of the proliferation of smart phones in our schools? I wrote this post as a satirical exploration of the…
Since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8 last week, it seems everyone with a keyboard…
This post is from my keynote address at the Wilberforce Weekend hosted by The Chuck Colson Center in Washington DC on April 26. My…