At Easter, we remember Jesus’ redemptive work on the cross. But Jesus didn’t simply redeem us; his sacrifice began to redeem culture, politics, work and even the city. In the following selections, you’ll see where these spheres fit within the biblical narrative — and how the cross begins the process of restoration. Culture // Against the… Read More
The only things that are certain are death and taxes. At least, that’s how the old saying, often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, goes. As Christians, we are much less certain of death, since we expect that one generation will meet the returning Christ without first dying. At times, some Christians argue that taxes should not… Read More
On January 31, President Donald Trump announced his decision to nominate Judge Neil Gorsuch to become the next associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Judge Gorsuch currently sits on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, where he has served since 2006. He was nominated to the Tenth Circuit by George W…. Read More
What should you know about Neil Gorsuch? How can the church reach out to working women? Was Jesus political? Does our culture still suffer from moral relativism? And what books is Dr. Ken Keathley reading? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Joe Carter, Ted Olsen, Diane Paddison, Caitie Butler and more in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
What questions should you ask before you share something on social media? Will complaining about the culture change anything? How can you find job satisfaction? What’s the missing piece to American missions? And can a faithful Christian be a political nationalist? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Trevin Wax, Elizabeth Garn, Marshall… Read More