Loving God with our mind used to be a crucial part of Christian culture. We strove to be the smartest people in the room. Not anymore.
Before you predict the end of the world, you may want to read this.
I think it's always good when we engage in political discussions to put a human face to the people we are talking about. Venantie Uwishyaka was one of my students who escaped genocide and overcame obstacles in Rwanda to come to the United States to get her education. She won all the top academic awards …
My interview with Rachel Held Evans. In this clips, she talks about how "white dudes" are not the future of Christianity. She offers some sage, even prophetic insights about the need for diverse leadership. She also encourages a discussion on white, male privilege.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a pastor and a pacifist who struggled with how to be true to his convictions while battling one of the greatest evils of the twentieth century. His inspirational story is as relevant today as it has ever been.
We live in a world where technology is blurring the lines between real and imaginary. And we LIKE it. But this is contributing to our increasingly divisive culture, as this post explores.