I remember rather vividly the moment that I decided I never wanted to sing another contemporary praise and worship song again. Back in the church that my wife and I call home — the church in which we were married, where many of our close friends still fill the pews every Sunday — reading the […]
Yesterday, it happened. A student hit me with the question that many educators dread, “When are we ever going to use this in life?”
I love this question. I don’t dread it at all. I eat it up.
I had just shown my freshman composition class part two of the incredible “Everything is a Remix” […]
Surely you’ve heard by now about John Piper’s latest comments concerning Christianity and masculinity (spoiler alert: “God has given Christianity a masculine feel”). A few people have noticed, us included, that Piper seems to be the more authoritative voice behind the more shoot-from-the-hip Mark Driscoll. This week in my column at Patheos, I created an […]
With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, looking back at the biggest football story of the year and its effect on religious discourse.
I was a bit out of the loop as Tim Tebow rocketed his way to “America’s Most Popular Athlete” status. My wife and I cancelled our cable TV last year, […]
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