CNN is reporting today that a hospital nurse in London has apparently committed suicide after being duped by a radio DJ prank that garnered international attention. I don’t like writing about suicide, because I always worry that stories of suicide can inspire similar behavior in other depressed people. So let me start off by saying … Read more
A lot of people struggle with ambiguity on matters of faith. They don’t want to hear about differing theological views on an issue where Christians disagree; they really want a spokesperson from God to give them a definitive answer on every theological question they’re wrestling with. Wrestling with confusing texts and differing interpretations is just … Read more
Not sure who the original author of this is, but it was floating around Facebook. If you know the original author, let me know; I’d love to give them credit!
When I wrote this post back in 2011, I had no idea how this narrative would grow. But grow it did. A fake form of Christianity is taking over the church, one based on the trendy views and issues of the day instead of the gospel.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been traveling to different colleges to talk to students and begin campus conversations about homosexuality and Christianity. At each stop, we bring together a roomful of students who disagree with each other and then try to have a respectful conversation with each other. The experiences have been fascinating, and … Read more