I want to tell you a story about a girl from ancient times. She was a young woman possessing a quiet spirit. You might have found her type in any age—sweet, kind, and modest. If she were around today,…
I don’t agree with some of Peterson’s theology, to be sure, but I have found myself resonating deeply with his conception of the Christian pastor–and work more broadly.
God is using David Platt to help change the priorities of a whole generation of believers. That is truly remarkable. I registered one concern with the book: that we not think that the Bible is anti-wealth.
The boy-man is selfish, young, immature, addicted to games, immune to responsibility, foul-mouthed, and weak.
Do you ever think about the dignity of work, and the humanity of workers? Christians have a powerful stake in this conversation. The saving gospel transforms all of our lives, including the way we work, we are employed, we employ.
The talented Christian rapper Propaganda just released “Excellent,” a strong new album on the Humble Beast label. His new album includes a fiery song on the Puritans.
Don’t know if you’ve followed this, but Tim Challies kicked up a bit of an Internet storm recently when he helpfully suggested that it was a good thing for Christian wives to give attention to their appearances for the betterment…
The American college experience occupies a vaunted place in the mind of many an adolescent. College, overworked high schoolers assure themselves, will be a place of freedom, experimentation, video games, and goofing off. And that’s just in class.
A story in The Atlantic by Lori Gottlieb entitled “How to Land Your Kid in Therapy” raises some helpful questions about modern parenting and how it is stimulating narcissism. There is some strong language in the piece, so I’m not linking to it. I will, however, quote a section to show the strength of the ideas in the article: