To be in the world but not of the world is a balancing act, requiring constant judgment calls and heart checks. We can redeem the world, or the world can corrupt us.
How to survive when dealing with someone who seems to think he's infallible.
The worst bosses, parents and pastors are the ones who think they are absolutely without fault. Avoid them if you can. But what do you do when you can't avoid them?
I deal with the tricky problem of pointing out a serious issue within the political climate of a church.
The dilemma we face when we see a problem that others don't or won't see.
There is a false god being worshiped in Christian churches; the god is family. I show how this harm's the church's mission and what to do about it.
The problem of when and whom to trust, analyzed from a practical perspective.
Review of a theistic-existentialist book by Dennis O'Brien, using a run-down transportation system as a metaphor for religion.
Historians and pundits have debated the cause of the Great Depression for decades. No clear consensus has emerged as to how it came about. This is crucial, because unless we understand how it happened once, we have no realistic hope of assuring that...
How Christians can avoid alienating seekers from bad families, and perhaps handle their own parents better.