Christians didn’t baptize Aldo Leopold’s land ethic after the fact. They got there years before his work.
A memoir becomes explicitly Christian when it derives its literary power from the power of the gospel. It doesn't preach, it shows.
The death penalty is undergoing a welcome decline in the U.S. But the policy that's replacing it isn't much better.
A recent Templeton Foundation program sought to cultivate local conversation on science and faith. We asked some pastors to describe their experience.
The geophysicist's talk had none of the triumphalism of efforts to prove God exists. It was the testimony of experience—and it was unequivocal doxology.
Some churches have well-developed processes of assessment, support, and goal setting. Others have no review mechanism whatsoever.
October 31, 2017 draws near. How should we mark it, especially those of us who care about Christian unity?
Perhaps the real lack of faith in modern society comes down to a lack of reverence for the people around us.