The Image Is Everywhere

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” These words from Genesis 1:27 are among the first and most important statements in Scripture about the mysterious class of creatures known as human beings. In a world full of countless created wonders, … Continue reading The Image Is Everywhere

Mayweather, McGregor, and Our Modern Hypocrisy

[Note: The following article contains strong language some may find offensive.] The sports world is abuzz with hype surrounding the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. And the fact that the two fighters are in the middle of a “world tour” to promote their impending showdown certainly adds fuel to the fire. On … Continue reading Mayweather, McGregor, and Our Modern Hypocrisy

Reforming the Abortion Debate

We can’t escape it. Whether it’s sparked by a fierce presidential campaign, by a highly publicized women’s march, by some newly proposed piece of legislation, or simply by an incendiary meme on Facebook, the abortion debate won’t go away. As much as we seem to talk about abortion, though, it’s incredible how little progress we’ve … Continue reading Reforming the Abortion Debate

Faith and Film (Part 2): An Interview with Stephen Weinkauf

In case you missed Part 1 of this conversation, here’s the scoop: We’re talking with film buff and all-around cool dude Stephen Weinkauf about film from a Christian point of view. Last week, Stephen talked about the art and craft of film. This week, he’ll talk more about how people of faith should engage this powerful … Continue reading Faith and Film (Part 2): An Interview with Stephen Weinkauf

Reflecting on a National Disaster

Watching the 2016 presidential election has felt a lot like watching one of those terrible low-budget movies on the SyFy channel. You know it’s going to be painful, but still for some reason you watch. You’re not exactly sure why. All you know is that deep down you’re compelled by a morbid curiosity to find … Continue reading Reflecting on a National Disaster

How To Be Irrelevant

Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish I could be more aloof and unapproachable as a Christian”? Have you ever wondered how you might make your faith more disconnected from reality? Have you ever longed to be just plain irrelevant to those around you who are lost and hurting without Christ? If you answered … Continue reading How To Be Irrelevant

Don’t Change the Channel

If you’re like most television-watching Americans, you hate commercials. Few things are more annoying than having your favorite show interrupted by some toothpaste company telling you that four out of five dentists recommend their product. Isn’t this one of the main reasons we pay through the nose to get cable packages with hundreds of channels? … Continue reading Don’t Change the Channel