How a coffee experienced changed my understanding of the gospel: … More Seeing and Savoring the Glory of God
Consider this: Seventy percent of the medicines in use today were developed after World War II. “What we know” is doubling every ten years, and printed materials doubles every 15 years. Additionally, more than 80% of all the scientists who have ever lived are alive today! We live in an age of rapid and often … More Technology: A Heart Unlimted
Oil and water shouldn’t mix. By nature they should always remain separate. The same is true in regards to Christianity and culture. The clarion call of scripture is to imitate Christ and to mirror the holiness of God, not culture. But in America there are two seemingly opposed streams of thought which are finding an … More Motivations For Gospel Living
Missoula residents and city officials gathered April 25th to consider doubling down on the current law banning the use of handheld devices in the city limits. Before I get into some of the cultural analysis behind this proposal let me just say: I think this is good (in theory). Studies have shown distracted driving due … More Distracted Driving and Distorted Hearts
What we can learn about sin and temptation from Kipling’s notorious band of monkeys. … More Beware the Bandar-Log
A recent magazine article examined the “coolness” of Jesus and his church. But is Jesus cool? Should he be? … More Is Jesus Cool?