Every week, I will be sharing a collection of thought-provoking, helpful, and fun online content that I think you’ll like. I want to help you infuse faith into your life and the broader culture. My hope is that this content will help you do both.
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God reveals himself through his Word. When he speaks, he teaches us what he is like, how he acts, and how he desires us to respond. As a whole, the Bible is about God. It’s about God the Father displaying his glory through God the Son by the power of God the Holy Spirit.
This is a great place to begin to understand your own political views as well as the political approaches of your brothers and sisters in Christ. At the end of this episode, not only will you have greater clarity about the history and formation of your own views, you’ll have a lot more grace too.
Researchers at Facebook realized their bots were chattering in a new language. Then they stopped it.
Recently, I’ve suffered the heartbreak of watching a couple of students choose the world over the Savior. Nothing discourages me more in this life than watching young people walk away from the Lord.
Some of you got chills as you read that headline, I know. You hate the idea of writing in books. You want to keep them pristine. You try never to crack the spine, I bet. (I say this as someone who used to try to avoid this, so I’m not making fun.) I get it. I really do. But you know what? You might not like it, it’s true:
Speaking out about racial injustice almost cost him everything. And it changed everything.
Institutional trust continues to decline in surveys, but religious organizations still rank high.
The word integrity is related to the roots of words like “integrate” and “entire,” and its Latin root means “wholeness.” Integrity thus implies the state of being complete, undivided, intact, and unbroken. Such a state contrasts with one that is scattered, fragmented, and incomplete.
One of the most frequent questions I get is how to keep up with culture. My stock answer is to read voraciously. Then the follow-up comes: How can I become a better reader?
They may be challenging.
Articles By Me This Week
Engage Culture With the Gospel
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