Shane Vander Hart: Following Jesus and having and living a Biblical worldview do not conflict with one another. They are one in the same.
Tim Keller, Russell Moore and Kevin DeYoung how the Church can subvert the cultural narrative of sexuality that has shifted rapidly over the last few years.
Did Jesus approve homosexuality by His silence? The Bible exposes Jesus’ controversial attitude on homosexuality, but not as the LGBTQ community defines it.
In the news we see the conflict due to the tension that exists with Christianity in a postmodern world as our biblical worldview and multiculturalism clash.
The church’s singular failure in recent decades has been the failure to see Christianity as a life system, or worldview, that governs every area of life.
Liberals protesting the changes made in Iowa homeschooling law put their ignorance of and ideology against home education on full display.
When a nation turns from God it no longer seeks the absolute truth, but rather prefers to make its own truth to fit whatever it wants.
It is easy to complain about what the “other side” is doing or not doing. It is harder to accept the responsibility ourselves and work to find the solution.
And while Avatar is just a movie, it is a movie with one overarching theme, “The earth does not belong to us. We belong to the earth.” It is not a subtle theme nor does it pretend to be. Amid the stunning visuals and the familiar plotline is the idea that the creatures which inhabit this mystical land called Pandora exist in a symbiotic relationship to their earth.