Anthony Bradley will moderate a discussion between John Piper and Tim Keller tonight regarding the gospel and race. This will be live-streamed.
Fred Clark, Elizabeth Rawlings and Joshua Witchger comment on the Trayvon Martin tragedy.
Matt Redmond’s first two blog posts (part 1, part 2) on why the abuse of authority at Mars Hill Church matters.
Albert Mohler recently interviewed former President Jimmy Carter.
Rachel Stone responds to Kathy Keller and argues that Christians can raise kids anywhere.
Amy Simpson on what Jason Russell’s mental breakdown tells us about ourselves.
Todd Hertz reviews the movie adaptation of The Hunger Games.
Zach Hunt: “Once again, I do not say all of this to imply that the Bible doesn’t contain “answers” to the questions we have in life. However, we must be extremely careful in how we glean those answers, for more often than not I am afraid those “answers” tend to be our own creation, rather than the voice of God.”
Chaplain Mike Mercer has found an oasis in the mainline church.
Four reasons why Christian Piatt came back to church.
Ian Ebright on the thing that’s higher than the creationism/evolution debate.
Randall Rauser’s dialogue on creation and evolution.
Karl Giberson on Richard Dawkins.
Justification is Western?
Change the world.
KONY 2012/Invisible Children – Matthew Paul Turner; Mission Network News; Matthew Lee Anderson; Enuma Okoro; Zach Hunt; Carole Turner; and Rachel Held Evans.
Why good guys go bad.
Life in the Christian industry.
BioLogos/SBC theologian debate primer.
A review of The Hunger Games novel, and a response to the review.
A view on why Finney trumped Edwards in American religious life.
Working out your own salvation.
The book of Revelation as symbolism.
Eric Metaxas interviews Tim Keller.
Tony Jones reviews Hijacked: Responding to the Partisan Church Divide.
Fred Clark: “entertainment is the source of much of our theology”.
If March Madness doesn’t float your boat, watch the Ligonier Ministries National Conference live (with a suggested donation).
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