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
“I was born a girl, but I want to be a boy.” I never actually said those words out loud, but I thought them a lot. Between the ages of 9 and 15, I did not want to be a girl. I wanted to be a boy. In my mind, I wasn’t fit to be… Read More
When did churches start celebrating the Fourth of July? Should you care about what’s going on at Biola? Can Christians have a counterintuitive appeal to a secular world? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Thomas Kidd, Samuel D. James and Trevin Wax in today’s Weekend Reading.
I’ll be the first to admit that reverse culture shock is hard. After living in Southeast Asia for nearly two years, America was both strange and familiar, welcoming yet uninviting. In the midst of eating all the Chick-fil-A I could and catching up with friends and family, I found myself often confused in conversations, sometimes… Read More
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