Chris Martin, my blog uber-genius, explains how tolerance is now, well, everything.
I found this fascinating, particularly coming from Murray.
Pastor scandals happen.
Needless to say, I don't say that with any enthusiasm. In fact, it is greatly discouraging to me, but it's true nonetheless.
Furthermore, this is not just a recent phenomenon, though the evangelical world has been filled with reports over ...
I am loving the testimonies of conversation that Christianity Today is running. This one is personal but also timely, in response to Bart Ehrman.
Selma Wilson continues to show why she is one of the most beloved leaders at LifeWay.
Fascinating look at a possible racial future:
Helpful look at loving your context.
I was sitting in the theater this week (watching Noah) and I saw the trailer for the movie. It seems pretty innocuous...but not everyone sees it that way.
It's almost Easter, so here are some the "look, this whole Christianity thing is fraudulent" stories. Well, here's a helpful Q&A on the subject from Nicholas Perrin followed by a look at motivation from Chris Martin.
The Church Growth Movement began to lose its mojo. That's not exactly a scholarly word, but you get the point. After a promising start, it began to decline in the 1980s.
In 1956, Donald McGavran published a book entitled The Bridges of God. It looked at the strategies ...
A fascinating look at mental illness and the church.
Good advice from Ronnie Floyd.
Johnnie Moore is right—it's time for President Obama to act.
Speaking of President Obama, I found this ...
Halee Gray Scott has some helpful advice about the situation many find themselves in.
Jonathan Parnell gives us some tips on being a "friend of sinners." ...