Editor's Note: Covenant College professor Jay Green is a faithful Christian and a committed academic. As such, he’s become “bilingual” — conversant in two cultures — and here functions as an ambassador to each. Trigger warnings. ...
My prayer is that a spirit of Christian charity will help us look beyond the extremes and keep us from trading in unwarranted caricatures. There are principles associated with these practices that are worth understanding and defending.Read the Article
We thrive — economically, culturally, and socially — when somebody creates something new, and something that makes life richer.Read the Article
Allan Dayhoff was in line at Starbucks when he noticed the tattoo on the arm of the man in front of him — an image of a fisherman reeling in a catch. “I like your tattoo,” Dayhoff said. No reply. …Read the Article
When we grasp the magnitude of what He’s done, we gladly live for others. We go where life is hard, says Keller. We sacrifice for others. We do justice and love mercy.Read the Article
Hill is in the process of raising funds to share the production with other churches. She also recently finished an album of hymns she has adapted for children. “I’m passionate about kids understanding how they fit in the ‘big C’ church continuum throughout history,” she said.Read the Article