We know, in the abstract, that we might be wrong — we just never think we're wrong in the here and now. But what if the space of being-wrong is precisely the space Christians — as redeemed sinners — are called to inhabit?
We live in an age of international terror, and an age of refugees. Countries that used to be safe from terrorism, like Kenya, France, Lebanon, and Nigeria, have seen massacres that take one's breath away. What is behind these catastrophes? And how should American Christians respond to the overwhelming tide of refugees and the terrorists some believe to be hiding amongst them?
Dress codes may be a band-aid that is needed for our current sexually wounded society, but we can't think that bandaging the wound is the same thing as treating the disease.
The Christian's challenge of late modern fashion.
How can we as Christians inhabiting beautifully created bodies in a fallen world redeem our clothing choices?
On Monday, my newsfeed was flooded by eye-rolling friends who clearly thought they knew the best way to live as a follower of Jesus Christ. According to my social media newsfeed, real Christians shouldn't care about red cups. Rather, Christians should be more concerned with the world's orphan crisis.