Why we shouldn’t blame video games and movies
Does consuming violent media lead to a greater propensity toward violence? If anything, the data points in the opposite direction.
Naboth’s vineyard and God’s justice
American culture focuses on the law. But Naboth's vineyard reminds us that a healthy society is about relationships first and rules second.
A church meets a cloud of witnesses
When my senior colleague proposed a ten-week sermon series on the saints, I was hesitant. Would anyone find this interesting?
How our brains are connected
Our brains are wired to allow us to read each other's minds, to feel each other's person.
Finding peace at a monastery
I see the monastery sign and drive past. I know two monks there, and I've been grabbing at every possible lead. But I'm too ashamed to turn in.
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