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. ...
Words can heal or hurt, tear down or build up, inspire or provoke, which is why we must choose and use them wisely.Read the Article
Instead of surrendering the new frontiers of technology to an unbelieving world, we should follow the example set in Scripture and use the technologies at our disposal for kingdom work — but wisely.Read the Article
Whether it’s the horror of war in a faraway land or the horror of abortion here at home, our fallen humanness allows us, enables us, tempts us, and encourages us to keep those things that are out of sight, comfortably out of mind.Read the Article
As His people, we are called to imitate Him. But what does that look like in a culture where anything goes, where the only wrong behavior is judging something to be wrong, where an ethos of live-and-let-live tolerance has been supplanted by an attitude of fall-in-line-or-else conformity?Read the Article
“There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils,” C.S. Lewis observed. “One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them.”Read the Article