How is the concept of political correctness being promoted? What are its consequences, and why should we be concerned?
How can parents best train their children to be stewards of Christ? Parents should first confess that all we have is from God. They should also acknowledge that personal sin and the materialism of this world hinder Christian stewardship. Working from this, parents should train their children to be stewards of their money, time, abilities and opportunities.
This article gives reasons why prostitution should not be legalized.
Should we care what other people think of us?
This article discusses the value of the Christian's reading fiction. It suggests that fiction ignites our God-given imagination, offers insight to the human condition, and fosters empathy for others.
Christians are affected by the digital world. To meet the challenges of the digital world Christians must learn to reject distraction and embrace focus, reject isolation and embrace visibility, and reject indulgence and embrace self control.
In an age of consumerism, Christians need to exercise moderation. This article explains the virtue and duty of moderation.
Can one make an image of Christ? In this article the author looks at the second commandment and the implication it has on making an image of Christ. While agreeing that it would be wrong to worship an image of God or Christ, the author does not agree that the Bible forbids making images of Christ or portraying the character of Christ in a movie.
How should you react when someone you admire has committe a public sin? This article offers some advice.
When Christian leaders fall, the church can take measures to discipline them and remove them from their position of service. However, what should happen to books of fallen leaders? Can you promote or buy books of fallen Christian leaders? These are the questions this article grapples with.
How important is information technology, and what should a good Christian ethic of information look like? Access to and use of information has become central to modern societies. Computers are pervasive. The gain and use of information have become a major life skill. What should a Christian life look like in the midst of an information-processing society? This article weighs in.
Margaret Masson offers a brief comment on the wider debate the Harry Potter books of J K Rowling have aroused among evangelical Christians. She argues that much of the negative reaction to the stories is misplaced, and that the moral universe they contain is fundamentally sympathetic to a Christian understanding.
The idea of the individual has long been central in most societies. This article looks at the role and place of the individual and individualism in the Bible. In the Old Testament, the prophets Ezekiel and Jeremiah emphasize the importance of the individual, highlighting that each individual is accountable for his own sin. This article discusses prophetic individuality as a recurring theme in Scripture, which finds its fulfillment in Christ as the One that died for the whole people.