Uncommon God, Common GoodWhat Makes Someone a Person and not a Thing?
What makes someone a person and not a thing? Can such differentiation even occur? Do these questions matter, and if so, why?
Jesus CreedDepression, a Pastoral Approach
The kind of depression that Robin Williams and so many others struggle with is clinical in nature.
Good LettersSusan Sontag, Simon Weil, and the Pursuit of Seriousness
No doubt, Weil was just as serious as Sontag thought her. Like all the great mystics, Weil wanted to reduce herself to the point of a point.
A Deeper JourneyWhat Christian Leaders Can Learn from the Music World of the 1960s
Their networking relationships created better music for the entire world.
Fare ForwardThe Curse of Calling and the Myth of Creativity
The historic idea of Christian calling is best understood as a conversation, an active dialogue about creation between an individual and God.
EuangelionWork, Life, and Theology: A Review
The way we work has changed profoundly with the two biggest game-changers being technology and globalisation. Rather than making life easier, and creating more leisure, technology has just made us more available.
CranachWhen Life Contradicts God’s Word
Only sentences which begin with: Thus saith the Lord - only these are pure truth. Only these are to be relied on and trusted.
The Anxious BenchHating One’s Enemy in Early America
[I]t is difficult to imagine circumstances in which pastors can properly adopt this prophetic mode, denouncing the enemy as devils in human form and demanding the shedding of blood.
Esquared media networkThe Philistines Return the Ark