ARTICLES

Politics and Piety

The new wave of the political scene is upon us. In America, when election fever heats up, it sure gets hot. Angry Facebook posts. Tirades on Twitter. Inflammatory airtime slots ...

The Myth of Certainty and the Art of Convictional Complexity

It may seem strange to have someone like me—an evangelical Christian leader—talk about the “myth of certainty.” After all, Christianity, especially Bible-believing Christianity, is known for (if anything) its certainties ...

Reflections on an Evangelical Becoming a Papist

The word “papist” has a distinctly “anti-Catholic” ring to it, and if you are immediately turned off from reading the rest of this article because of that word in the ...

Reconsidering the Notion of “Justice” Within Evangelicalism Today

How do we define “Justice”? I have just finished a sermon series on the Book of Habakkuk. In that book, the prophet asks God two questions related to justice, and ...

The Forgotten Virtue of Christian Unity

Among Bible believing Christians, “unity” has often had something of a bad rap. It often feels as if it is a somewhat soft, inadequate, and weak ideal that is used ...

Mental and Spiritual Health in a Time Such as This

Coming back from some time away this summer, it’s become increasingly obvious to me that many people—the world over, no doubt—are wrestling with mental health issues in this time, as ...