Every day, the headlines are filled with stories of powerful men sexually exploiting women and girls. I’m disgusted by these men abusing their power and devaluing the women in their lives. I’m heartbroken for the women who suffer from their cruelty. Sin has distorted relationships between men and women. Too often men use women for… Read More
Culture is a word we hear a lot in Christian circles these days. We hear of a “cultural malaise,” ponder “culture wars,” talk about how America has ceased to be a “Christian culture” and are encouraged to be “culture makers.” All of these uses of the term are helpful for thinking about how Christians can… Read More
Summer is in full swing, which means one thing: Now is the time to perfect your summer reading list. As you compile your reading list, many of our Intersect contributors would like to recommend their favorites. We’ll share their recommendations over the coming weeks. This week, we highlight books on work, culture, the prosperity gospel, women and homosexuality from Benjamin T…. Read More
We spend so much of our time searching for moments of grandeur. Yet what if there is glory to be found in our ordinary daily lives? What if our purpose isn’t displayed in our highest highs or lowest lows, but rather in the mundane days in between? Does our work matter? In Glory in the… Read More
What is social justice, really? Can the ordinary parts of your life teach you anything about God? What does Wonder Woman teach you about the gender wars? And how did an atheist professor become a Christian? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Alysha Clark, Russell Moore, Seth Brown and Sarah Irving-Stonebraker in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.