How should you respond when you’re passover at work? What important things did C.S. Lewis say? Should you hurl a social media criticism at another believer? And what can we learn from Lecrae’s new album? Get thoughtful answers to these questions and more from Glenn Brooks, Joe Carter, Erin Davis, Eugene Park and more in… Read More
“The economy, stupid,” said James Carville as one of his campaign messages devised for Bill Clinton’s 1992 Presidential Campaign against incumbent George H.W. Bush. It was a simple and effective message to focus on how many Americans cast their vote. The economy was in the midst of a recession, and no one likes when the… Read More
This weekend, you may be preparing for Thanksgiving festivities with family and friends. As you do so, we’ve collected a handful of important articles on work, orphan care, communism, and social media from Joe Carter, Christy Britton, Sam Morris, Amy Sherman, John Van Sloten in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
To tithe or not to tithe? This simple question has been debated in small groups, in Sunday school rooms, over kitchen tables and in textbooks for decades. In my new book Every Good Thing, I address it at length. We don’t have the space to address the question in detail here, but I’ll simply say… Read More
The Christian tradition has always stood in solidarity with the poor. James reminds his readers that caring for the poor is a mark of true religion (James 1:27). In a similar manner, John writes that a failure to care for the poor may be a sign of an unregenerate heart, as he rhetorically asks, But… Read More