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Job-Shaming vs. Vocation
Job-shaming, like the kind Geoffrey Owens received, is especially despicable in light of the Christian doctrine of vocation.
by Gene Veith
George Saunders Contra Rational Suicide
I am afraid of dying. Not death. Dying. Death is short, you see. But dying, that might take a while.
by Esther O’Reilly
Andy Stanley Calls the Old Testament 'Outdated and Obsolete,' But...
In Andy Stanley's upcoming book, he finally tips his hand to reveal the author driving Stanley's provocative statements about the Old Testament.
by Josh Daffern
Seventeen Years Post 9/11, America Remains Afraid to Offend
I’m still angry. I’m angry that 9/11 ever happened. But I’m more angry that the terrorists are winning. Not by flying planes into buildings. Not even by the fear that terrorism evokes.
by Brenda Renee Coats
Where does the Threat to Academic Freedom Come From?
When I studied anti-Christian sentiment, there were some common stereotypes that kept reemerging from those with that sort of hatred.
by George Yancey
The Techo-Human Stack
We can ask, “Alexa, what time is it?,” but we should be asking ourselves much deeper questions about the information revolution we’re living through and shaping.
by Michael Paulus
The Bible and Culture
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