What books do you need in your theology and culture library? How can social media damage your empathy? What did Tim Challies have to say about a new book on money? How should we respond to increased efficiency in the workplace? And how did two senators use a religious test against an evangelical Christian in… Read More
What is social justice, really? Can the ordinary parts of your life teach you anything about God? What does Wonder Woman teach you about the gender wars? And how did an atheist professor become a Christian? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Alysha Clark, Russell Moore, Seth Brown and Sarah Irving-Stonebraker in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Update: The contest is over! We’ll announce winners shortly. Even though the contest is over, you can still learn more about The Money Challenge: Read an interview with Art Rainer Managing money is stressful. Art Rainer wants to help. In his new book The Money Challenge, Rainer takes you on a journey to financial health. But it… Read More
Money is one of the biggest stressors in our lives. We fret about our debt. We worry about paying bills on time. And we’re preoccupied about what we’ll find when we open the monthly bank statement. Money can be immensely stressful. Art Rainer wants to help. In The Money Challenge (B&H Publishing Group, 2017), Rainer… Read More
What are you doing this Memorial Day? Perhaps you’re having a cookout with family. Maybe you’re attending a wedding. Or perhaps you’re privately honoring those who have died to preserve your freedoms. No matter how you celebrate Memorial Day, here are some thoughtful faith and culture perspectives from Joe Carter, Peter Leithart, Hannah Anderson, Anne Bradley and… Read More