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Is Doubt Sinful?

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 →

Christian Celebrity Culture, Shocking Scandals, & Isaiah’s Calling

Dr. L. Daniel Hawks shares his heart on recent evangelical scandals, what Isaiah might teach us, and how God prefers faithfulness rather than success.

Confessions of a Preacher: Loving Sermons More Than Jesus (And More Than The Church)

A pastor's preoccupation with his image or performance is often a subtle form of idolatry.

Dennis Edwards on 1-2 Peter, American Politics, & Might from the Margins

In January of 2021, I was honored to talk with Dr. Dennis R. Edwards about his work on 1-2 Peter, his new book Might From the Margins, as well as the state of modern American evangelicalism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekUNS5OHVxA&t=184s We discuss what... Continue Reading →

Doubt, Deconstruction, Discipleship, & Hope

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.

What Does Genesis Teach About Marriage? (Part 2)

According to Genesis 1-3, the original marriage failed because of the lure of idolatry and self-centeredness.

Steve Baughman (& Others) on How “It Takes a Village” To Raise a Perpetrator

Steve Baughman and others chime in on the Ravi Zacharias scandal, as well as as how evangelicals should not respond to allegations.

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