Confronting Christianity

Confronting Christianity

What’s your impression of Christianity? For many, Christians are viewed as intolerant, judgmental, and gullible for believing some silly ideas. This reputation sometimes seems to be deserved! Rebecca McLaughlin wants to address objections like these in her book...
People to Be Loved

People to Be Loved

I embarked on a project this summer. I wanted to read everything I could on the subject of Christianity and the LGBT+ community. I was able to read books on both sides of the debate. It’s hard to keep up with so many new ones coming out. And I would recommend a number...
Space at the Table

Space at the Table

What happens when an evangelical theologian and his gay son sit down to talk about issues that have threatened to destroy their relationship? Space at the Table: Conversations Between an Evangelical and His Gay Son records the interaction between Brad Harper, a...
7 Myths About Singleness

7 Myths About Singleness

According to Sam Allberry, we get singleness wrong. We often believe that singleness is the lack of something: lack of intimacy, family, or meaningful ministry. The Bible paints a different picture of singleness: it’s a gift from God. He’s written 7 Myths About...
Divine Sex

Divine Sex

You may be surprised to come across a book titled Divine Sex. The subtitle of the book reveals the purpose of the book: to give “A Compelling Vision for Christian Relationships in a Hypersexualized Age.” The author, Jonathan Grant, writes as a pastor in London,...
Why You — Yes, You — Should Consider Church

Why You — Yes, You — Should Consider Church

The title of this post is a bit cheeky. We live in a world in which people hold diverse views. The days of everyone being a “Christian” — however you define that term — are long gone. I, for one, am grateful for a society that allows us the freedom to choose what we...