When it comes to abortion, I am both pro-life and pro-choice. I’ll explain.
It’s one of the most appalling things I’ve seen in a long time. One of those things I can’t read for very long because it just makes me that angry. Continue reading
Once again, I’m speaking out only after several months of avoiding it. But I can’t keep silent anymore, not after seeing family and friends on social media posting hateful things about transgender people. Continue reading
If I hear the phrase “modest is hottest” one more time, I will be physically ill. Continue reading
The third part of the Noah series poses the question: do we as Christians have a responsibility to treat a text in a way that reflects the love of Christ? The answer to that question may completely change the way you look at the world. Continue reading
When all the hype over Noah first hit the blogosphere, I read several different reviews written by Christians who felt threatened by the film. I’m not sure what threatened them more—the fact that the film made changes to the story, or the fact that it was an atheist director who was making the changes. I often wonder how the movie would have been received by these very same bloggers had Max Lucado or some other big-name Christian directed the project. Continue reading
I realize this series is somewhat belated, considering the fact that the film in question came out several months ago. However, the points I want to make about Noah are points I believe to be applicable to a wide variety of different texts and works of art, so I hope you’ll give this series a read anyway. Continue reading