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
People are voting for Donald Trump. It’s happening. From caucus voters to primary goers, real people are dark circling the millionaire businessman as their choice for the next president of the United States of America. Taken in isolation this shouldn’t surprise many people. Trump is outspoken, angsty and interesting; the kind of person who would … More Three Trump-ian Fallacies
When Christian culture is less concerned with means, we can’t expect to have Biblical ends. … More Mean(s)ingless Theology
As the NFL sits down to resolve some rule issues, we can learn a few things about its implications towards cultural morality. … More What the NFL Catch Rule Teaches Us About Morality
A recent magazine article examined the “coolness” of Jesus and his church. But is Jesus cool? Should he be? … More Is Jesus Cool?
We sing it, we read it, we promote it: self-expression is the idea that the best thing you can be is yourself. Culture says this is the key to progress. The gospel says different. … More Why “Being Yourself” Doesn’t Work