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Trevin Wax


​Trevin Wax is managing editor of The Gospel Project at LifeWay Christian Resources, husband to Corina, father to Timothy, Julia, and David. You can follow him on Twitter. Click here for Trevin’s full bio.

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Trevin’s Seven

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Pokémon Go in a Fractured and Flattened world

What the popularity of Pokémon Go tells us about American life and American longings in the 21st century.

Posted in Christianity, Culture / Entertainment, Life & Culture | 16 Comments

Stop Assuming Your Neighbors Are Hostile to Your Faith

A new survey shows the unchurched are more likely to be indifferent to organized religion, not hostile.

Posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Church Issues, Missions / Evangelism, Personal Evangelism | 2 Comments

Trevin’s Seven

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Christian Music Radio is More Theological Than You Think

The idea that Christian Contemporary music is only sappy, sentimental, superficial songs is simply untrue.

Posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Church Issues, Music, Theology | 32 Comments

Christians Who Feel Marginalized Should ‘Go Local’

Life-changing things don’t just happen in Washington, D.C. The Spirit of the living God is in your local congregation.

Posted in Book Reviews, Christianity, Church Issues, Life & Culture, Politics | 11 Comments

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In this week’s episode of the Word Matters podcast, Brandon Smith and I discuss the question “Was Adam an Historical Person?” You can subscribe to the podcast here: iTunes | Android | RSS

Kindle Deal: Presidents in Crisis: Tough Decisions inside the White House from Truman to Obama by Michael Bohn. $1.99.

Seven of the best articles I came across this week: 

1. Alistair Roberts – Brexit Throws Down the Gauntlet for Confronting Deep Social Divisions. The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union is one of the biggest global events in recent memories. Roberts explains why it happened and what it signifies.

2. Morgan Lee – McDonald’s May Be the Most Welcoming Spot in Your Neighborhood. Let’s not sneer at our mission field, folks. Great insight from Morgan here.

3. Mika Edmondson – Is Black Lives Matter the New Civil Rights Movement? Edmondson unpacks the similarities and differences. Al Mohler responds.

4. Leslie Leyland Fields – Why Can’t We Christians Laugh Anymore? For the sake of our own souls—and even for the sake of good witness to our secular “opponents”—could we brighten up a little, at least on occasion, and maybe shed a little of our pride and self-importance?

5. Sherif Girgis – Obergefell and the New Gnosticism. We are not disembodied subjects but fleshly icons of the invisible God; whose worth comes not from extorted approval of our …

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Are Christians Too Focused on Religious Liberty These Days?

Religious liberty as priority, but not totality of our witness in the public square.

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The Counterintuitive Appeal of Christian Morality in a 21st-Century World

Stop thinking Christian morality is just a barrier; it’s one of the most attractive features of our faith.

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Trevin’s Seven

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