I received a message on Instagram a few months ago from a student. It read, "I got into a discussion with my friend the other day about transgender and gender identity, and she told me that there were transgender [people] in... Continue Reading →
Are some aspects of morality relative or is it all objective?
Parents, youth pastors, and Christian educators often know what they want to accomplish with their students, but they don't always have the practical steps on how to get there. Or, if they do, they could always use some more help.... Continue Reading →
There's a lot of discussion surrounding AB 2943. Some Christians think this bill, if passed, is going to ban the Bible. Others don't think the bill is any problem at all. Neal Hardin, writer at The Religion and Politics Blog,... Continue Reading →
Today, the March For Our Lives drew hundreds of thousands around the United States. People were marching for human value and against gun violence. However, many don't realize the worldview assumptions behind this any many other cultural beliefs. We are... Continue Reading →
I just finished a two-week section on religious freedom and persecution with my students. In fact, I stopped writing their test in order to record the podcast and write this blog. I feel bad saying this, but I think it... Continue Reading →