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Essays on Culture

I was eight years old when Ronald Reagan was shot. I have only a vague memory of it. Despite attending a Southern Baptist Church, my family were not Reagan fans.

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Like many Americans, I watched the June 27th Presidential debate in horror. It was difficult to watch the repeated lies of Donald Trump and the general impotence of Joe Biden.

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I really should cut the Facebook habit. But there have been times in the last couple of years when Facebook was my link to sanity, my link to people who

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I think everyone on Facebook has a few grammar nerds who regularly post about things like the Oxford Comma or rant about the improper use of the word “literally.” While

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It is a statistical fact that conspiracy theories engage more followers and see further reach in times when people feel helpless and out of control. This article does not attempt

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Even though I live in town, there’s a non-park wooded area within a short distance of my house that I sometimes like to go for a walk through. As woods

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Recently, there have been disagreements within Christianity over the church’s role in the political sphere. Christians are wondering if Republicanism is wrapped too tightly into the fabric of American Evangelicalism.

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Peter Paul Rubens, Christ on the Cross, c. 1610, oil on panel, 45” x 30¾” Changing the World for Christ I’ve spent much of the last decade and a half

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The idea that America is increasingly hostile to the Christian faith is a common one in evangelical circles. I saw someone post the following on one of the social media

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America is not, nor has it ever been, nor should it ever be a “Christian nation.” We can’t baptize a nation, nor should we try. Christians are the last people

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The “Attractional Church,” according to Jared C. Wilson (from The Gospel-Driven Church), can be defined as “a way of doing church ministry whose primary purpose is to make Christianity appealing.” Now,

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With the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the United States Supreme Court, evangelical cultural warriors are rejoicing, even gloating, over this political victory. And make no mistake, this is

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