Category Archives: Politics

Should We Pull the Plug on Cable News?

Three problems with the atmosphere of cable news, and why we may be better neighbors without it.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Life & Culture, This Is Our Time | | 19 Comments

When Should a Church Address a Current Event?

When does a current cultural event necessitate a change of plans in your Sunday morning church service?

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Discipleship, Preaching, World News | | 12 Comments

Don’t Take for Granted the Fragile Blessing of Civility

Recent developments should trouble the heart of anyone who loves liberty.

Also posted in Christianity, Pro-Life Witness | | 5 Comments

‘Alternative Facts’ and Christians as Gullible Skeptics

We’re skeptical toward mainstream media, and gullible toward sites that affirm what we already believe.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Life & Culture | | 24 Comments

The 2016 Election and The American Church

What has the 2016 election revealed about the state of the Church and its place in American culture?

Also posted in Christianity | | 3 Comments

3 Truths You Should Remember, No Matter What You Do in the Voting Booth

3 truths about Christians and politics (that will still be true after November 8)

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Church Issues, Life & Culture, Theology | | 4 Comments

What Christians Should Do This Election Season—Give Space, Show Grace

I have too many friends on all sides of Election 2016 to let their choice in the voting booth affect my affection for them.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues | | 24 Comments

4 Cultural Trends Leading to the Decline of Religious Liberty

Christians in North America will face many challenges in the future. Religious liberty debates are likely to increase as these trends accelerate.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Future of the Church | | 6 Comments

Tim Kaine, Genesis 1, and Same-Sex Marriage

Jesus takes his stand with God’s design in Genesis 1, a design that says one man, one woman, for life is ideal.

Also posted in Life & Culture, Theology | | Leave a comment

How History’s Take on 2 Back-To-Back Presidents Exposes Our Shifting Views of Sin

It is intriguing to see the moral certainty regarding the sin of racism next to moral relativism regarding the sin of adultery.

Also posted in Life & Culture, Sin, Theology | | 6 Comments