I have an obit on The Daily Beast focusing on Colson’s hugely influential role as a popularizer of “worldview” combat. An excerpt:
Colson’s bestselling 1999 opus, How Now Shall We Live?, co-authored with Nancy Pearcey, was envisioned as a complete philosophical defense of Christianity against its modern opponents, Darwinism chief among them. Following Schaeffer’s efforts to […]
Christianity is in crisis.
Andrew Sullivan seems to think so, and though I side more with Sessions in his response to Sullivan – that is, the answer to a perceived crisis-bound Christianity is not to imagine a completely depoliticized, internal, and individual faith – I’m more concerned with how Sullivan misses just what […]
When a television show remains on air long after it ceases to be quality, it is said to have jumped the shark. In the latest issue of World magazine, Marvin Olasky has finally jumped his own shark.
In what should have been a column that Christians of all stripes could rally around, a criticism […]
I’ve written before about abortion compromise, the idea that anti-abortion and pro-choice sides should come together on reducing abortions. Now, Will Saletan, in my opinion the leading writer treating abortion with both moral concern and pragmatism, has written a dispatch from a Princeton University conference on “life and choice” that is […]
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