- There Is No War on Religion: It’s true that Christianity is losing some of its appeal among Americans, but that is a religious, not political, matter.
- How the Elephant Room Is Redefining the Pastoral Office: By lifting up men with minimal theological commitments as examples to pastors, the Elephant Room is proclaiming, perhaps unwittingly, that a rigorous concern for sound doctrine is not essential to the pastoral office.
- Hell, Hades, Gehenna, and the Realm of the Dead: Hell is a slippery concept; and no, I’m not talking about recent debates. I am talking about what the word ᾅδης means.
- What the Bible Teaches about Capitalism: More than any other nation, the United States was founded on broad themes of morality rooted in a specific religious perspective. We call this the Judeo-Christian ethos, and within it resides a ringing endorsement of capitalism as a moral endeavor.
(By the way, in case you’re not aware, I’m not necessarily endorsing a post just because I link to it. I list posts that offer interesting perspectives on important issues. Whether I agree with them is something else entirely.)
- Here are 11 new uses for old churches.
- Some firms want to see your social media presence rather than your résumé:
- This month’s free audio book from ChristianAudio.com is Jerry Bridges’ Trusting God.
Just for Fun
- Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy respond to Fox News. (I can’t believe I just typed that sentence.)