Faith

Eternity and iPhones: When the “now” eclipses the “not yet”

To have a picture of the ultimate is to contextualize, appreciate and endure the realities of the immediate. And for disciples of Jesus Christ,...

A Future Beyond Fatalism

896 million people live on less than $1.90 a day; 1 billion people live with a disability; 65.3 million people around the world have...

The Problem With “Worship Culture” — How Postmodernism has Affected Youth Groups

Everyone is in ripped jeans, little dresses, and oversized tops. They huddle to one side of the room as the band walks on stage....

Blessed are the Placemakers: Geography and Christian Theology

In an increasingly virtual and globalizing world, place appears to matter less. You can get everything from a master’s degree to groceries without ever...

Beyond Pragmatism: Following after Christ in an Age of Callousness

"It's just not practical." How many times have we heard or used that phrase to describe a situation or task set before us? Too...

Hamlet is Free

Hamlet Is Free: A Calvinist’s Case for Free Will The Christian high school I attended has a yearly coming-of-age test for students: a class-wide argument over...

Returning Home: Reversing the Trend of Local Church Abandonment

Millennials have been away from home for far too long. A recent Barna poll shows that the importance of church to young Americans is...

A Christian’s Visit to a Virginian Mosque

We removed our shoes in the entryway of the house-turned-mosque and peered through blinds to see hijab-wearing women praying silently. The door to the...

A Pelagian in Sheep’s Clothing

American Evangelicalism is one of the largest and most important religious movements of the modern day.  Though by its nature Evangelicalism is difficult to...

In the Beginning, God

Story behind the article: This past week the Family Policy Institute shared a video in which an interviewer asked students how they would respond to a...