If, when in contact with the world we are called to bless, we lash out in anger and judgment, we have to wonder if we have lost the plot.
Like the innocent man Pilate sentenced to death, truth has a way of coming back to life.
If we allow our technologies to use us rather than the other way around, it’s no wonder we begin to view them as a difficult taskmaster.
Some would say that cultural engagement is not a proper goal for Christians. That would be a mistake.
These cultural moments are occasions for debate on how we should think about artistic expressions of biblical narratives and, most controversially, Jesus Christ.
Does the problem lie in the institution of the family itself? Would the world be better off if we abandoned the family altogether?
As Christian leaders, we must daily commit ourselves to protecting and celebrating what matters most in the institutions God has entrusted to us.
We must proceed with sensitivity as we explore the precedents, problems, and possibilities of English as a common theological language.
God doesn’t owe us success. But we owe God our best effort at achieving success, and hope will not put us to shame.
Whether one plays games casually or more seriously the addictive nature of a game should be seen as a drawback, not a selling point.