D.A. Carson on the value of Christians continually appealing to the notion that America was founded on Christian principles: In the long haul, Christians have to appeal farther back than to the middle of the eighteenth century — to the Scriptures themselves, and the events to which they attest — and think through to where … Read more
Down with Facebook: If you haven’t laughed yourself into incoherence from reading Matt Labash’s take on the social networking phenomenon, you might end up hating it as much as he does.
The Alabama shooting, like the Virginia Tech massacre before it, is sure to unleash a wave of speculation about what drove the troubled young Michael McLendon to do what he did. Even this morning on my commute, I overheard a discussion of the killing spree in which one fellow conceded, “Since he killed that many … Read more