HBU’s The City, David Brooks, and the Urban Woodsman

The City has just published its latest issue in ZMags.  If you have never used this web program, check out the site.  It’ll take you a minute, but it’s pretty cool. Also, if you are a thinking Christian, sign up to receive The City for free from Houston Baptist University.  I read every page in [Read More...]

Hunter Baker on Sex, Science, and the Left

Hunter Baker is a sharp dude out of Houston Baptist University who just published a piece on the Salvo magazine website entitled “Facts Evasion: When it Comes to Sex, the Left Hates Science.” I commend the piece to you–it’s apologetically quite useful.  Hunter just published The End of Secularism, I might add, which will make [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: Seen and Heard Around the Conference

I want to give you a quick snapshot of the goings-on of this conference, held at Union University in Jackson, TN from February 25-27, 2009.  I don’t merely want to report what’s been said, but to give you a bit of a feel for this event.  That, it seems to me, is a huge part [Read More...]

“The City” and the 9Marks Journal Are Must-Reads

If you have not heard of Houston Baptist University’s new journal called The City, you should have.  I have read a few issues now and find it uncommonly interesting, broad, and, well, fun.  Seriously.  I’m in a PhD program, surrounded by all kinds of journals and books and very sober publications, and it’s not often [Read More...]

The Gospel for the City: Tim Keller’s “Dwell” Remarks in The City

The first print edition of The City, a journal from Houston Baptist University, is out.  Robert Sloan, the former president of Baylor University and a courageous and visionary Christian leader, heads up HBU and shares a few words about the journal.  The first issue is quite promising and will be of interest to pastors, laypeople, [Read More...]


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