Category Archives: Worldview and Culture

When God Moved to the Old-Folks Home

…have relegated God to the celestial nursing home. They may visit him on Sundays or they may not, but they don’t expect to meet him on Main Street. Continue reading

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The Empty Promise: Salvation Without a Savior

Some people are looking for salvation without a savior, justice without a judge, and utopia without a heaven. Continue reading

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Why You Should Not Claim “the Right Side of History”

History doesn’t have sides nor does it take sides. It is simply the story of which sides we have taken. Continue reading

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“People Have Forgotten God”

It seems unbelievable, but even in worship people are in danger of forgetting God. Continue reading

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If Shakespeare Were Writing from Washington

The power-hungry devour those around them. The truly powerful do just the opposite: they nurture and empower them. Continue reading

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Get off the Bandwagon of Hate

Six days after the 9/11 attacks, in remarks made at the Islamic Center in Washington, D.C., President George W. Bush told his audience, “These acts of violence against innocents violate the fundamental tenets of the Islamic faith.” He went on … Continue reading

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Is it Wrong for Christians to Evangelize?

Christ’s spokesmen are not salespeople, trying to talk folks into doing something they would rather not do. Continue reading

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Something’s Missing

Do you ever feel like something’s missing? There is a reason for that. Something is missing: you! Continue reading

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Do We Need a Religionless Christianity?

“Do the people really not know that one can do as well or better without “religion”—if only it weren’t for God himself and his word?” Continue reading

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God and Judgment in the #Me Too Era

Oprah Winfrey once explained that a sermon was the immediate cause of her departure from the orthodox Christian faith. In his Sunday message,her pastor Jeremiah Wright read and then exposited an Old Testament text in which God portrays himself as … Continue reading

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