Movies are worth discussing because they are the stories of our culture and our world. Here is a set of discussion questions that can be used with every film.
I used to refer to the Story of Scripture as Creation, Fall, Redemption & Restoration. Artist Makoto Fujimura has convinced me it should be Creation, Fall, Redemption & New Creation.
The wisdom of the Church summarized in the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment speaks to how we should speak today.
In Being Consumed, William Cavanaugh uses St Augustine and the Eucharist to challenge Christians to live faithfully in the free market.
Sitting waiting for a vaccination is a good time to remember a previous epidemic, and how grateful I am for the discoveries of science.
Contrary to popular opinion, systemic evil is an essential part of the biblical understanding of evil in a fallen world. Here is an introduction to the topic.
The wisdom tradition of Scripture in which Jesus lived provides insight for how we can search for and find truth in an age of lies and misinformation.
Till We Have Faces is a fascinating, well-told story by C. S. Lewis designed to prompt questions. Don’t just notice the questions — live in them.
If we imagine that speaking the truth fulfills our responsibility in a world of lies, we are mistaken. Being winsome means truth is always linked with lovingkindness.
Feeding the wild birds meets my needs as I meet theirs. And I discovered a new insight about being hospitable to them during the pandemic.