Archive for the ‘Featured’ Category

How Does It Feel to Be the Next C. S. Lewis?

C. S. Lewis is dead and we need a new one, someone who can articulate a smart mere Christianity, not just a vague pan-Christianity. We need someone with imagination and intelligence, uniting the visible with the invisible, helping people accept the unseeable God behind the tangible world and like what...
September 3rd, 2013 | Art & Literature, Featured | Read More

On Non-denominationalism and Tradition

Last week I wrote a post about doctrines that people feel to be wrong, and I included non-denominational churches as an example of something that I did not feel right about. A reader indicated that I took a very broad swipe at non-denominationalism and that my language was unduly harsh. I agree with...
August 13th, 2013 | Church, Evangelicals, Featured | Read More

Ruminations on the Incarnation

What does it mean for man to be made in the image of God and then to have God become man? What does it mean for God to hold mankind together–and, indeed, all of creation–and then to enter into humanity as a man himself? How does it change our lives that God lived a life like ours and now lives on...
December 19th, 2012 | Featured, Religion, The Gospel | Read More

Peter’s Action: At Least He Stepped Out

When Jesus walked on water, we know that the water was turbulent. The boat was in danger, and the waves were crashing around the boat. In this storm, Jesus asks Peter to step out onto the waves. Peter, upon stepping out, begins to doubt; he begins to sink and cries out to Jesus for help.  Jesus immediately...
October 24th, 2012 | Featured, Religion | Read More

Links from Around the Web

In lieu of writing my own commentary on all that has been interesting this week, today I’ll take a moment and send you to others who have admirably done the job themselves. This is a post full of links. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
October 19th, 2012 | Featured, Links | Read More

When Doubts Arise: Vulnerability, Transparency, and Correction

A commenter on one of Rachel Held Evan’s posts about her love for the Bible,  bemoaning the (apparent) legalism of a recent review of Ms. Evan’s new book, says, “it breaks my heart that the BiblioGod of ‘innerancy’ will not permit such transparent vulnerability as Rachel’s.”...
October 18th, 2012 | Culture, Evangelicals, Featured, Religion | Read More

P.O.D., “I Am,” and Living in Culture

One of the most successful bands who managed to maintain popularity within Christian circles, P.O.D., released an album this last July, entitled Murdered Love. I reviewed the album with my good friend Nick, which you can listen to here. We talked a lot of about the album, and ended up spending a decent...
October 9th, 2012 | Evangelicals, Featured, Music | Read More

Spellcheque

When I made my last laptop upgrade (about a year ago), I switched to a different chat program. I’d been using one that functioned very well for my little netbook, but with more screen real estate, I decided to return to a program I had abandoned years ago, right around the time that my friends...
October 5th, 2012 | Featured, Technology | Read More

Propaganda Doesn’t Have an Answer, and Neither Do I

Last week, Humble Beast artist Propaganda released his latest album, Excellent. You can snag it here for free, or you can support Propaganda and the label by purchasing it on iTunes, a physical copy from their website, or at a show. The album lives up to its title, and is definitely worth a listen....
October 4th, 2012 | Featured, Music, Religion | Read More

Album Review: Mumford and Sons’ Babel

With a lightly fuming tall regular with room for cream, I’ve confidently settled myself at what I call “Christian-Hipster Starbucks” just outside Nashville. Since Thursday, I’ve listened through Mumford and Sons’ Babel about 7 times. Between growing familiarity with the...
October 2nd, 2012 | Culture, Featured, Music | Read More
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