I’d like to open up a few cans of worms that many of us aren’t even aware exist: modern eugenics, technology, and virtual reality. In a matter of years, they will create a new norm in society and the Church must begin thinking them through now. We must carefully and thoughtfully give direction to our culture as we embark on a new era of scientific discovery and technological accomplishment.
Can I be honest? Growing up in a Christian home is foreign to me. Sure, if you asked my family if we believed in God, we would have said yes. But follow Jesus? That’s something different, of course. But my kids will know what it means to grow up in a Christian home. And while I’m thankful for this (that will be another article), I also wrestle with fear because of this.
We live in the entitlement age. A time of history in which we all believe we are entitled to an assortment of rights. Many have looked upon the current state of our culture and have prosecuted my generation, the millennials, with the accusation of being the most entitled generation ever to live. The reality is, we are no more or less entitled than our parents or grandparents.
Two weeks ago, Crucified to Life was released into the world. A common practice in the book writing world is to get people to write endorsements of the book and feature them in the book so people who are thinking of buying the book can see what others said about it.