In some circles, deconstruction is an unforgivable sin, marking one as an apostate or a leper. In other circles, to deconstruct has become a badge of honor—a rite of passage. Entering this conversation is Travis Dickinson, author of Wandering Toward... Continue Reading →
Is deconstruction inherently evil? Is doubt the opposite of faith? Why are so many young Christians deconstructing? A look at A.J. Swoboda's new book After Doubt can help provide clarity to these questions and more.
How can we better understand the Lord's Prayer? Here are four reminders from Wesley Hill's The Lord's Prayer: A Guide to Praying to Our Father.
How do the Ten Commandments connect to Jesus and to daily living? Or do they?
Is Jesus the model for masculinity? What about female disciples? A look at Aimee Byrd's Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood.