- Who Are the Gay Evangelicals? The question of vocation is not an intramural theological debate. It reveals the essential source of the culture wars: a breakdown in the American consensus over whose demands we should live to serve, and what it means for humans to flourish. (New York Times)
- Yes, life is scary. No, it’s not time to panic: Our creatureliness explains why we find ourselves enmeshed in this thicket of anxiety. It’s a survival mechanism. Vulnerable to life’s vicissitudes, we face a future with a million possibilities, some of them dangerous and threatening. Natural responses to this reality range from conservatism and caution to fear and dread. (Ancient Faith)
- Can We “Agree to Disagree” on Sexuality and Marriage? The biggest issue confronting evangelicalism today is not over homosexuality and marriage, but whether or not these are “agree-to-disagree” issues. (Trevin Wax)
- On the Ethics of Online Shaming: Is online shaming just a new version of something that humans have always done, or is it substantially different, now that the shaming is taking place on the Internet? And, either way, is it the right thing to do? (ABC Religion)
- Which Generation is Most Distracted by Their Phones? Hint: It’s not the kids.
Just for Fun
- I have days like this.