January 16, 2017
December 15, 2015
The Church as Cultural Lifeblood
After years of rejecting or downplaying so-called “organized religion,” evangelicals are beginning to appreciate the church not only as organism, but as institution. As Robert Joustra explains at Capital Commentary, a “minor renaissance in thinking” is taking place, wherein the church is viewed “not as a gathering of hierarchy-allergic spiritualists” but as “a brick and mortar institution, something with tradition, and weight, and history.” Continue Reading...
July 31, 2015
Lopsided Outrage: Why Cecil The Lion Is Easier To Fight For Than Our Fellow Humans
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