Modern Literary fiction has gained a reputation for snobbery and elitism. This is probably warranted in many cases, but not in the best-selling novel The Great Alone. With this book, lawyer-turned-novelist Kristin Hannah approaches abuse and community in ways...
Netflix’s new film Come Sunday, in which a conservative Pentacostal preacher embraces universalism following the Rwandan genocide, is a perfect example of not just the sentiments of current culture, but the methods by which that culture is communicated. But the...
On April 3rd, 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee and prophetically anticipated the end of his people’s struggle. He said, “I have seen the Promised Land. I may not get...
More than just the latest in a slew of comic book movies, Black Panther reveals the state of the country’s current climate on race relations – and gives clues as to how Christians can effectively communicate God’s grace in...
During the first class of the morning at the small Christian college, our professor stopped the lecture and used his walking stick, curiously similar to a wizard’s staff, to step from behind the podium to the front of the class....
Through philosophy and literary context and even biblical narrative, the objective existence of God is, sorry Christians, lacking. But then again...
On today's episode Nate and Gene answer a listener question about pastor bonuses, Nate discusses the claim that taxing the rich is biblical in a Worldview Analysis segment, and the gents discuss 2 topics: Does the Masterpiece Cakeshop Have...
Guest Post by Amanda Fischer The other day I was listening to a montage song from the movie God's Not Dead. It is the song “God's Not Dead,” interspersed with audio clips from the exchanges between Josh, a Christian freshman...
On today's episode Nate chats with Brett Kunkle, Founder and CEO of Maven and the co-author of A Practical Guide to Culture. Some questions discussed on this episode: What is culture and how does it shape us? What happens to us when we spend...
In the culture wars, Evangelicals have a tendency to want to split the parties involved in debates about sexuality into two neatly divided camps: the pro-gay hedonists and the anti-gay culture warriors.  Nate Collins confronts the debate in complicated...

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