Earlier this year, I decided to try a little experiment and see if I could live without a computer or smartphone. Like the prisoner who made his way out of the cave to see reality for the first time, I began to notice the world around me with fresh eyes.
Christian educators throughout history, and especially now, are having to adapt to these changes. For faith-based higher education, these challenges have pushed institutions to expand their vision, improve the quality of their programs, as well as reevaluate what Christian community on campus looks like.
For Christians, practicing discipline should have a greater goal than increased productivity and personal benefit. The Christian idea of discipline is about shaping your life according to the heart, character, and will of God.
Social media has helped us connect with a variety of different people. Sadly, unforeseen by their developers, these media platforms can also cause much harm
You’ll never convince someone to agree with you by calling them an idiot. Even if their opinion isn’t well-founded or is morally questionable. Many interviews and conversations about human-driven climate change seem to have this problem when detractors of one’s views are being discussed. For example, skeptics and critics of climate change science are ridiculed and […]
If you are a Christian who is thinking about committing suicide, that does not mean your faith is empty. Suicidal thoughts are not a sign of weak faith, but a means of finding deeper strength.
Wender’s film shows us that, contrary to what media pundits have reported, the Pope is not a liberal ideologue but a voice for the voiceless, a lover of the unloved, and one who is gently and clearly calling out in the wilderness for us to emulate the life of Christ in the world.
In This is America, what does it mean that Donald Glover is the figure of violence and aggression, rather than a white actor? What does it mean for him to be running from the police at the end? The video clearly references mass shootings, but is it simply advocating gun control?
Annihilation is more like visual poetry than conventional narrative — an intense sensory experience that asks the viewer to question the nature of self-destruction, changes in our personality, and the reality of death.