|   Jun 1, 2017   |  

Wonder Woman and the Gender Wars

This week marks the release of the latest DC superhero, Wonder Woman—and with the film comes a hubbub of conversation about what it means to be male and female in this supposedly post-gender society. Some are outraged that some theaters… Read More

  |   May 31, 2017   |  

What I’m Reading

Jimmy Buffett said, “I’ve read dozens of books about heroes and crooks, and I’ve learned much from both of their styles.” Me too. And as a Christian who believes in both the imago Dei and original sin, I think every… Read More

  |   Oct 17, 2016   |  

The Gospel vs 100 Years of Planned Parenthood

This weekend Planned Parenthood turned 100. As several politicians and pro-choice supporters publicly celebrated the milestone, many Christians and others committed to defending life and human dignity mourned. While supporters see a century of Planned Parenthood as an era of… Read More

  |   Jun 21, 2016   |  

Why Politics Can’t Drive the Gospel

One of the reasons I say that it is good for American Christianity to no longer think of itself as a “moral majority” is that such a mentality obscures the strangeness of the gospel. When a vision of Christian political engagement… Read More

  |   Jun 12, 2016   |  

After Orlando, Can We Still Weep Together?

We woke up Sunday morning to news of the worst mass shooting in American history, as a terrorist murdered and injured over a hundred people in a gay nightclub in Orlando. In the aftermath, we’ve seen some of the best… Read More