Coming to grips with the reality of sin is hard. Seeing the reputations of men I revered tarnished is very painful. But realizing they literally destroyed people’s lives--and not just a few, but so many people--in the process is far worse.
Yesterday CNN published this really moving story and video about a woman from South Carolina who was talking about her journey out of the QAnon conspiracy theory. (If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you should take a minute to check out her story. And if you want a deep dive on Q,… Continue reading Stop indulging conspiracy theories
There’s a conversation that I keep hearing about over and over again. I’ve heard one side from my friends and fellow millennials. I’ve heard the other side from parents and grandparents who’ve engaged me for my thoughts. The conversation is about the divide that is emerging, especially among evangelical families, over politics. Honestly, I’ve heard… Continue reading Parents and politics: Navigating relational strain over political issues
Here's an excerpt of an article I wrote for Lifeway Voices on the imago Dei and the pro-life movement. -- You might have missed it over the Christmas break, but in late December images were circulating on the internet featuring crowds of women sporting green handkerchiefs and celebrating in the streets of Argentina. The reason? After nearly… Continue reading THE IMAGO DEI AND THE FIGHT FOR LIFE
Here's an excerpt of an article I wrote for the Biblical Recorder ahead of the inauguration of President Biden. --- As the nation waits for Joe Biden to take the oath of office on Jan. 20, the issue of life is on the minds of many Southern Baptists. Defending the sanctity of every human life… Continue reading What the Biden presidency means for the pro-life movement