Sometimes our true selves are best revealed when there are no onlookers. No obvious onlookers, anyway.
Social media will not go away, so we need to revisit the question of how to be faithful in our use of it.
Most books on moral philosophy are dense and dry, requiring us to slog through turgid prose and convoluted logic. Except this one.
Clarity & simplicity as well as ambiguity & mystery is essential to the nature of wisdom. Most of us are comfortable with one or the other, but we need to live contentedly in both.
Tim Keller lists six things necessary if the followers of Jesus are to make the gospel attractive and plausible in our increasingly post-Christian world.
Writing about life is similar to gymnastics, it is much harder than it looks, and requires practice.
Psychologists call it languishing; most people call it the Blahs. There are ways to move from languishing towards flourishing, and to help others move, too.
Graduation speeches with worn out memes and GPA totals don’t always reflect reality. They sometimes bring unwelcome surprises.
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.