By Scott Fowler This, of course, is not a surprise. If you can believe it, the logic Bell uses is the bigger problem. Essentially he is saying, “What we have currently believed […]
By Scott Fowler I ran across this excerpt from Frederica Mathewes-Green who at least in 2010 was struggling why same-sex marriage was such a threat. “I tried to picture how a nice […]
By Scott Fowler In a blog entry not yet published called The Sinking Ship of Evangelicalism . . . , I wrote: Some are abandoning evangelicalism for political reasons. The fabled evangelical […]
By Scott Fowler What is it that so captures the imagination of the believing Church when a genuine Christian gains success and notoriety in the public sphere? What is […]
Here’s an insightful post from Francis Beckwith. Deconstructing Liberal Tolerance.
By Scott Fowler Secularization. Its proponents desire to rid the public square of all religious influence, relegating religious beliefs to the private realm. Some advocates of secularization are no doubt “pure” in their […]
By Scott Fowler H. Richard Niebuhr set the bar for modern conversations about Christ and culture and, more particularly, what is to be done about what he called “the enduring problem” […]