January 15, 2019

Joshua Harris has taken a rare step for a pastor and author: he’s admitted he was wrong. And he’s trying to make amends. Harris is the author of the 1997 bestseller “I Kissed Dating Goodbye.” The book encouraged young people to eschew casual dating and enter into formal courtship arrangements, supervised by their parents, with an eye toward marriage. It discouraged all forms of pre-marital contact (even kissing and hand holding were verboten among Harris’ most devoted disciples). The book… Read more

January 9, 2019

Once you strip away the report’s social justice jargon and the veneration of LGBTQIA sexuality, you discover a set of recommendations that would sound right at home at a Promise Keepers stadium rally. Read more

January 6, 2019

The men who wrote the Bible borrowed heavily from each other. Why can’t our pastors do the same? Read more

December 27, 2018

The problem isn’t the content – it’s the way Christian podcasts present the material that makes them, well…boring. Read more

December 19, 2018

Pastors, you can’t simply post your 40-minute sermon to the internet and expect people to watch it. Every sermon should include a “shareable minute” that can be posted to social media. Read more

December 17, 2018

If her goal is to start a sexual revolution in the church, she’s going about it in a very strange way. Read more

December 10, 2018

Two churches. One has a building but no people. The other has people but no building. Why can’t they get together? Read more

December 5, 2018

One of liberal Christianity’s favorite shibboleths is this: God comforts the afflicted and afflicts the comfortable. So what happens when conversion leads to comfort? Read more

December 4, 2018

Traditionalists appeal to the rules. Progressives appeal to relationships. Read more

November 26, 2018

A kiss between Scarlett and Rhett illustrates how our sexual ethics have changed. Read more

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