"Is Christ divided?" (1 Cor 1:13). Paul’s question is rhetorical, and we’re meant to say, "No, of course not!” But like the fractious Corinthians, we seem to have a pile of evidence to the contrary on our hands.
Sometimes a joke can capture a cultural sentiment as well as any other social commentary, so I’ll begin my review of Robert Talisse’s "Overdoing Democracy" with one that demonstrates his thesis: How do you know if an unmasked adult is vaccinated or not? Just ask who they think won the last presidential election.
The film “Rashomon” is famous for depicting four different versions of the same event—a potential rape and a murder in a secluded forest, involving a bandit, a nobleman, and his wife. None of these versions is even close to the same
Syria is complicated. But American Christians shouldn’t use that complexity as an excuse for silence
Disagreement among people is common. Often it turns into outright conflict. Communication is very powerful and it can hurt as well as heal when proper purposes and direction as God, in creation, intended for communication have been violated.