In this brief tribute to the Rev. Dr. Timothy Keller (1950-2023), I call attention to him as a faithful border-stalker, a characteristic all followers of Jesus should desire.
When Jesus saw the lost crowds, he had compassion on them. Do we see them with love? Or do we see some of those different from ourselves as contemptible?
America has a serious problem with guns, and the followers of Jesus can take the lead on thinking this issue through. Three articles for discussion.
William Edgar, Christian apologist and jazz pianist demonstrates in Supreme Love that jazz cannot be understood apart from the Christian gospel.
A Christian human rights lawyer asks whether being pro-life requires us to allow the State to legally mandate childbirth.
Being politicized seduces the followers of Jesus away from the primacy of Scripture and the Christ-like ethic of loving those made in God’s image.
I admit there are times when I am unloving. But I always have a good excuse.
Two magazine articles on disgust—something that is sadly tearing the fragile fabric of our society—that are worth reading and discussing.
Two books recommended for understanding transgender and sexual identity issues.
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.