We close out our mini-series on the scariest passages of the gospel with a look at why bearing fruit and fitting the description of a Christian isn’t enough.
How Jesus’ promise to bring a sword prompts us to ask ourselves uncomfortable questions about our friendships and our church life.
A hard-to-translate Aramaic expression rings true in American public debate.
Part two in a mini-series reflecting on some of the secretly scariest passages of the synoptic gospels.
Jesus’ encounter with the demons called Legion teaches us how to uncover hardness of our own hearts.
New blog correspondent Jeff Porter joins us for a loose, informal conversation that touches on social media, shame, secularization and white supremacy.
Why do we react differently to warnings about secularism and warnings about other sins?
The simple theology behind the summer 2020 photo on our front page.
A conversation about public shaming, private shaming, and growing in maturity turns into a conversation about race, repentance and shared responsibility.
Christian Civics leaders discuss Jonathan Haidt’s “The Righteous Mind,” what it can teach us about using social media, and where Christians can go with it next.
A brand-new devotional guide connecting you to God’s heart for the place where you live, available now from the Center for Christian Civics!