Mid-pandemic, with many questioning and resisting government authorities and policies, we ask: Can Christians be rebels? Are there biblical and/or historic church models for us to follow, such as Jesus and the apostles, the prophets, American civil rights leaders? Many are more immersed in pop culture currently than ever before – particularly in nostalgia for… [Read More]
Should Christians “celebrate” secular “holidays” like the Super Bowl? What risks and opportunities are there when we participate in such cultural events? How can we respond to the sudden death of a celebrity like Kobe Bryant? Can we find context and insight and comfort from the Bible at times like this? Reflections on these and… [Read More]
Your Sunday Drive Podcast Season 2, Episode 1. In our first episode of 2020, we briefly refocus the goal of this podcast: seeking ways to approach current culture in a Christian/biblical way. We then ask “what’s happening so far in 2020?,” covering topics from the conflict with Iran and another recent church shooting, to some… [Read More]
Want to go past surface meanings of scripture to something deeper? Truer? Wiser? Ever thought about creativity as a vehicle for that? In this special “anniversary” episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast: Our first ever guest, Kindra Silk Kreislers, brings a new perspective on the Proverbs 31 woman and talks about theopoetics. Also: Using… [Read More]
Del Toro employs an interesting device to illuminate the issues: biblical stories.
when old wineskins make way for new, who sees it coming? if one waits on royalty but receives rabble, will one still receive? and though death is obviously an end, isn’t it always also a beginning? even so . . . shred the Jedi texts and burn the sacred tree, for the force is the… [Read More]
Communication is the lifeblood of today’s society, helping to make sense of life—yet many of us don’t know the history of how it came to be.
Fire is life. Without it, we cease to be what we are.
Space life is, in many ways, like being in prison, only with (hopefully) nicer individuals to deal with.