Why ‘No Matter Who Wins, Jesus is Lord’ Isn’t Just a Cliché

Earlier this week, I was on a walk in my neighborhood with my three children when I happened across our Roman Catholic friends. After briefly bantering about politics and the chaos of the election, I made a comment to this effect: “Whatever the outcome is, at least Jesus is still Lord.” The wife responded, “You … Continue reading Why ‘No Matter Who Wins, Jesus is Lord’ Isn’t Just a Cliché

An Honest Question for Christians in Social Justice Movement

This article is cross-posted on Founders Ministries. One of my fondest memories of an evangelistic conversation was with a young man at my gym named Metro—an ex-con and trash collector turned competitive bodybuilder. My friend “Met” is a self-made sort of fellow and is as brash as they come, not remotely hesitant to swear or … Continue reading An Honest Question for Christians in Social Justice Movement

Weeping Without Joining the Dirge

This article is cross-posted on Founders Ministries. In a famed passage of Scripture, the author of Ecclesiastes tells us that there is “a time to keep silence” (Ecc. 3:7). As our nation reels from the effects of the pandemic, protests, riots, and unjust killings, many Christian leaders have recognized the importance of listening compassionately. We … Continue reading Weeping Without Joining the Dirge

Is There a ‘Right Side’ of History?

This article is cross-posted on Founders Ministries. The rate at which new language and orthodoxies are accepted into the public consciousness is dizzying. Our language has the power to redirect public discourse, channel new pathways of thought, and supply oxygen to movements otherwise unable to gain momentum. Just a few years ago, no one would … Continue reading Is There a ‘Right Side’ of History?