Christianity exposed the deeper roots of our being: fragmented individuals finding fullness only in a thriving web of relationships.
Is yielding in obedience an inherent betrayal of authenticity, or does that depend on what you’re following?
It has been commonplace in the age of growing religious disaffiliation and the rise of the “nones” to equate unbelief with the rise of secularism. But what if the problem is contemporary Christianity becoming too easy and brittle?
How could a particular man in a particular place and time alter the course of heaven and earth?