It feels like American society is at a crisis point. Whether it’s social polarization or concerns over discrimination, a root problem identified by voices across the political spectrum is our difficulty with “the other.”
What lessons might we, as Christian stewards of the creation, take from this story of the ozone hole?
Do you ever wonder how the internet will have redefined societal norms 50 years from now? If so, you’re not alone.
The clash between “religious freedom versus LGBT rights” may best be framed as an issue of pluralism: now that our society harbors these opposed views about marriage and sexuality, will—should—the freedom of religion protect the dissenting view?
As more people of all ages take the plunge into online learning, many Christians wonder how to choose quality courses and programs that help them to grow not only in their academic, technical, or professional knowledge, but also in the development of their faith and their practical ability to live as followers of Christ.