Sick of Spirituality, or Who Needs Religion?
I’m always befuddled when someone claims that they’re “spiritual” but not “religious.”
2008 L’Abri Conference
The theme for this year’s conference is “Culture and Common Grace: God’s Good Gifts in all of Life.”
God continues to grow His church, even if that means letting a beautiful eighty-year-old building burn to the ground.
A Church Is Not Its Building (But It Still Hurts When It Burns Down)
A church is not its building, and yet the building — and all of the things that it contains — is so important.
The Sinner’s Prayer
Familiarity can turn even beautiful things, like the sinner’s prayer, into trite cliché.
How will that impact the way I interact with the stuff of this world, if I believe that God is somehow incarnated it all of it?
What have Christians done to show people that the way of Christ really is a higher, nobler calling?
Tilda Swinton on Narnia: It’s Anti-Religious
I don’t know who to be more perturbed at.
In Pasta We Trust
Didn’t we outgrow this sort of behavior when we left junior high?
Tearing Down the Walls
There’s too much going on in the culture at large, both good and bad, for us to sit on our hands and pretend as if it doesn’t matter.
Chances are, I’m a pretty poor example of Christ myself.
If we’re made in the image of God, what does that say about the God in Whose image we’re made?