With the steady stream of books by and about C.S. Lewis—many of them aimed at North American evangelicals—now entering its ninth decade, one might wonder whether there is much of anything on the subject left to say.
In his book, "Movies Are Prayers: How Films Voice Our Deepest Longings,"Josh Larsen argues that because movies are prayers, we should pay attention to them as if they are prayers.
Why do Christians gather around the Lord’s Table? Jesus tells us his disciples to "Do this in remembrance of me"—but what is this that the disciples are supposed to do?
Immigrant Neighbors Among Us does not provide any easy answers to this contentious public debate, but rather, it aims to equip Christian clergy, educators, and lay leaders with the knowledge of how to engage the conversation within a biblical and theological framework.
Kate Bowler's reflections on life and death may be more profound because she knows everything there is to know about the prosperity gospel, or maybe she wrote such a powerful book about the prosperity gospel because she has a depth of insight, because she has a heart for what it is to be human.
I’m reminded that this active engagement of thought is not only good for me, but is in fact the way I become me.