Mark Yarhouse, Professor of Psychology at Regent University, studies people of faith who navigate questions of sexuality and gender. He recently gave a lecture at Southeastern Seminary titled “Sexual Identity and the Question of Vocation.” In it, Yarhouse helps pastors re-consider how they can minister to people with same-sex attraction, and he references a little… Read More
Should Baptists vote for Donald Trump? What can Drake and Chance the Rapper teach you about vocation? How should you think about the death of Harambe? And where can you go to learn more about faith and culture? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Russell Moore, Alexander Bouffard and Joe Carter in today’s Weekend Reading.
Update: The 50 copies have been claimed! Though the contest is over, the conversation is just beginning. So while we can’t send you a physical copy of Every Good Thing, we invite you to preview the book by reading an excerpt from its introduction. Read an Excerpt from ‘Every Good Thing’ (Plus, you’re still eligible to get a FREE e-book… Read More
On Memorial Day, we remember those who served to preserve our freedoms — including the invaluable freedom of worship. In honor of Memorial Day, we’ve collected four articles (including two videos) about the relationship between faith and government.
What cultural hypocrisies does transgenderism expose? Can you learn spiritual lessons from unemployment? Why do the culture wars rage on? And how are Asian-American Christians responding to the whitewashing of Hollywood? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Garrett Kell, Kara Martin, Trevin Wax and James Choi in today’s Weekend Reading.