Every week, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we highlight important articles from Chris Martin, Kristin Brown, Julie Masson, Scott Hildreth and Owen Strachan.
The holiday season, framed by Black Friday and After Christmas Sales, is fraught with stress and tension that comes from all sorts of directions like overwork, family dysfunction, health problems and money woes. On top of our own problems, the world’s trauma from across the globe floods our screens all day long. We see citizens… Read More
Culture-making, cultural engagement and cultural transformation get a lot of airtime these days, but some have registered substantial criticism of the trend: [W]hat the gospel does is not cultural but spiritual. And what works culturally are matters, still from God, but having little to do with what he sent his only begotten son to do. … Read More
I know I’m supposed to share the gospel. But fear always seems to get in the way. To wit: I once had a conversation with a staunchly liberal (and probably unsaved) lady in my town. I invited her to my church and mentioned how faith inspires us to love the least of these. As I… Read More
For thousands of years Rome has been called “The Eternal City.” She was given this name by the Ancients who believed nothing could destroy her. Regardless of the empires and conquerors that have come and gone, Rome has always stood. She has been burnt to the ground, sacked by barbarians, and ripped apart by civil… Read More