A recent article from the Washington Post reveals that 14% of evangelicals have left their church community after the election… Read more Evangelicalism’s Trump Problem
“The greatest need of our time,” Thomas Merton said, “is to clean out the enormous mass of mental and emotional… Read more Merton’s Guide through Political Unrest
Earlier this year, Bible scholar Peter Enns published a book titled, The Sin of Certainty. The central thesis is that American… Read more The Sin of Being Good
Like most days, I spent my lunch on Thursday outside browsing some of my favorite websites. As I clicked my… Read more Have We Become Numb to Stories of Violence?
I’ve once again been reflecting and reading through Kierkegaard’s Works of Love. In it, he discusses the duty Christians have… Read more Loving With
I had the opportunity to get away from Denver for a few days and travel. Part of my journey was… Read more What’s Wrong with the Way We Communicate?
Earlier this afternoon, Christianity Today editor Mark Galli published a short article entitled “2 Billion Christians Believe in Traditional Marriage.”… Read more A Response to CT’s Mark Galli
There’s a scene in The Avengers where Captain America is about to jump out of a jet to intervene in a… Read more “There’s Only One God … And He Doesn’t Dress Like that.”
There is a short passage in Kierkegaard’s Judge For Yourself! that has recently garnered my attention. While my interest in… Read more Being “Ethical” & Ethical Knowledge
In the academy there exists a large ethos of criticism of other academics, including those long lost. It is a… Read more How to be Virtuous When Critiquing